Most common languages spoken at home in Greater Omaha and surrounding regions

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October 19, 2022
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Most common languages spoken at home in Greater Omaha and surrounding regions

Stacker compiled a list of the most common languages spoken at home in the Omaha-Council Bluffs-Fremont, NE-IA CSA using data from the U.S. Census Bureau. Languages are ranked by the percent of households that primarily speak the language at home according to 2020 estimates. Combined statistical areas are designated by the Office of Management and Budget and include multiple metropolitan and micropolitan areas in the same region.

88.2% of people in the Omaha-Council Bluffs-Fremont, NE-IA CSA speak only English at home. Keep reading to see what the most spoken non-English languages are in and around Omaha.

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#10. Telugu

- 1,538 speakers (0.17% of population)
--- 1,204 speakers who also speak English very well
--- 334 speakers who speak English less than very well
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#9. Tagalog (incl. Filipino)

- 1,560 speakers (0.17% of population)
--- 1,078 speakers who also speak English very well
--- 482 speakers who speak English less than very well
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#8. German

- 1,694 speakers (0.19% of population)
--- 1,469 speakers who also speak English very well
--- 225 speakers who speak English less than very well
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#7. Arabic

- 1,879 speakers (0.21% of population)
--- 1,100 speakers who also speak English very well
--- 779 speakers who speak English less than very well
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#6. Vietnamese

- 2,059 speakers (0.23% of population)
--- 688 speakers who also speak English very well
--- 1,371 speakers who speak English less than very well
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#5. Chinese (incl. Mandarin, Cantonese)

- 2,722 speakers (0.3% of population)
--- 1,652 speakers who also speak English very well
--- 1,070 speakers who speak English less than very well
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#4. Swahili or other languages of Central, Eastern, and Southern Africa

- 2,809 speakers (0.31% of population)
--- 1,490 speakers who also speak English very well
--- 1,319 speakers who speak English less than very well
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#3. Nepali, Marathi, or other Indic languages

- 2,812 speakers (0.31% of population)
--- 1,436 speakers who also speak English very well
--- 1,376 speakers who speak English less than very well
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#2. French (incl. Cajun)

- 3,608 speakers (0.4% of population)
--- 2,255 speakers who also speak English very well
--- 1,353 speakers who speak English less than very well
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#1. Spanish

- 67,865 speakers (7.48% of population)
--- 37,546 speakers who also speak English very well
--- 30,319 speakers who speak English less than very well

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