What percent of Spanish in US?
As of 2013 Hispanic or Latino people made up 17.1% of the US population. Around 37.6 million people spoke Spanish in the home as of 2011, that is two-thirds of the non-english speaking population in the US.
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as of 2011, about 8% of Americans speak spanish fluently.
In argentina, more than 95% of the country speaks Spanish (it beingthe native language. Immigrants, which don't constitute a lot ofthe population, are the ones who don't speak… Spanish)
99.3% of the Chilean population speaks Spanish.
Spanish is the official language of Cuba, all Cubans speak Spanish.
11.36% of the United States population speaks Spanish. This is based off of the fact that there are around 34, 547, 077 people who speak Spanish, and that the United States po…pulation is around 304, 059, 724.
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"diez por ciento" . diez= 10 . por = per, in units of measurement . ciento = hundred
It is a rather high percentage, since both English and Spanish have a great amount of words derived from Latin and Greek. Spanish has a large Moorish influence, and English ha…s quite a mixed bag of celtic, German, and Scandanavian influences, so the languages are quite divergent in many ways.
Probably not too many; the language of Brazil is Portuguese, which is very like Spanish, but different enough that a Brazilian could have trouble with it, just as an English s…peaker could be challenged by someone speaking Frisian.
Ten percent stated in Spanish is "Diez por ciento."
Most of colombia does speak spanish as it is thier main language although i have no clue about the percentage.
Yo soy el diez (10) porciento (%) espaÃ±ol. (Yaw soy dee-ETH por-thee-ENTaw esspanYOL) ('TH/th' as in 'thin')
There are no figures outside of the United States that I can find,about 20% of the world's population is Catholic. Mos of the Spanishspeaking nations are predominately Catholi…c, so with over a billionCatholics world wide, you would probably be safe in assuming thatover a third of them. Brazil has the largest Catholic population ofany nation in the world, but they speak Portuguese.