Also Argentina, and Belize (although the official language is English there). I disagree with including the US, although there are parts of the US where Spanish speakers comprise a majority (Southern Florida, the Texas and Arizona borders...).
Some Washingtonians (both DC and the State) can speak Spanish, but the majority cannot.
more people speak spanish
spanish is the majority language in oceania.
There are quite a few people in California who speak Spanish, however, the majority of the population speaks English as a first language.
The majority of the countries in South America were colonized by Spain., hence the dominance of Spanish in S.A
Venezuelans live in Venezuela and the vast majority speak spanish (more than 80% of the population).
Probably every country has people that speak Spanish as their second language.
Because some people either visit from Spanish-speaking countries or they emigrate from spanish-speaking countries.
It was a Spanish colony. This is the same reason that the majority of the countries of Central and South America are Spanish-speaking...and the same reason people in the US speak predominantly English. A colonizing power will force its language on a colonial people.
The U.S. is a country, and therefore there are no countries within it that speak Spanish.
Chileans do speak Spanish; it is the official language of Chile.
They do speak Spanish in many South American countries. However, in some countries Portuguese is the official language. Many people can also speak a secondary language.