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What is the population of all the Spanish speaking countries in the world?
If the question is asking "Which Spanish-speaking country has the largest Jewish population today?", the answer is Argentina with roughly 200,000 Jews. If the question is as…king, "Which Spanish-speaking country historically had the largest percentage of Jews?", the answer would be Spain since Spain had a large Jewish population in 1490.
There are 22 Spanish speaking countries in the world, includingPuerto Rico. Spain, Mexico, Cuba, Dominican Republic, Guatemala, Panama, CostaRica, Nicaragua, El Salvador, Colu…mbia, Venezuela, Peru, Chile,Ecuador, Paraguay, Uruguay, Honduras, Argentina, Bolivia, Belize,Andorra, Equatorial Guinea, Puerto Rico, and Africa.
According to recent research conducted by SpanishSEO.org, the estimated worldwide Spanish Speaking population is 452,480,979 inhabitants representing 6.78 % of the global popu…lation. If there are 6 billion people in the world and approximately 380 million of them are Spanish speakers, then the percentage of Spanish speakers in the world is 6.3%
Mexico (2013 population estimate 117 million)
The four most populous Spanish-speaking countries are: Mexico, Colombia, Spain, and Argentina, in order from most to least speakers.
they are Argentina, Bolivia, Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica, Cuba, Dominican Republic, Ecuador, El Salvador, Equatorial, Guinea, Guatemala, Honduras, Mexico, Nicaragua, Panama, P…araguay, Peru, Puerto Rico, Spain, Uruguay, and Venezuela. 21 total
The largest spanish speaking country Mexico -- mexico
Spanish is the official language of the following countries: Bolivia Colombia Costa Rica Cuba Dominican Republic Ecuador El Salvador Equatorial Guinea Guatem…ala Honduras Panama Paraguay Peru Spain Venezuela Spanish is not official, but is the de facto language, in: Argentina Chile Mexico Nicaragua Uruguay Spanish is also a recognized minority language in: Andorra Belize The Philippines (where Spanish used to be official) The United Kingdom (Gibraltar) The United States (also official in Puerto Rico)
There are 21 countries that have their official language as Spanish:Spain (in Europe) Equatorial Guinea (In Africa) Mexico (in North America) Guatemala (in Central Ameri…ca) Honduras (in Central America) El Salvador (in Central America) Nicaragua (in Central America) Costa Rica (in Central America) Panama (in Central America) Cuba (in the Carribean) Dominican Republic (in the Carribean) Puerto Rico (in the Carribean) Venezuela (in South America) Colombia (in South America) Ecuador (in South America) Peru (in South America) Bolivia (in South America) Paraguay (in South America) Chile (in South America) Argentina (in South America) Uruguay (in South America)
The following continents have at least 1 Spanish-speaking country: Africa Europe North America South America (Some lists also include Asia, because the Philippines has a signi…ficant Spanish-speaking population)
Well, the total population of native French speakers is around 77 million people, and the total number of French speakers (as a first or other language) is about 467 million.
1. Mexico 106,682,500 2. The United States of America 45,000,000-50,000,000 3. Spain 45,200,745 4. Colombia 44,087,000 5. Argentina 40,677,348 … If you're talking Spanish as the person's first language, the U.S. moves down the list. According to the 2010 U.S. Census, there are 37 million who claim Spanish as their primary language. (Among those 5 and older)
As of 2011, Argentina is the country with the fourth largest Spanish speaking population (approximately 40 million).
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The smallest country with a Spanish-speaking population, in terms of overall population, can be given two titles. The first is none other than Equatorial Guinea in Middle Af…rica. Equatorial Guinea has a population just over 670 000, the majority speaking the Spanish language. Equatorial Guinea is also the only country outside of Latin America and Western Europe with Spanish as an official language. The second is Andorra, a small country at the French-Spanish border. Whilst Andorra is significantly smaller than Equatorial Guinea, having a population of only 85 000, Spanish is not an official language there. The official language is Catalan, but Spanish is still widely spoken. Although not countries, Puerto Rico and Gibraltar have small Spanish-speaking populations, and Bonaire and Aruba (also not countries - Dutch Caribbean islands) have small percentages of population who speak Papiamento, a Spanish-based creole.