What is the largest Spanish speaking city?
Mexico City is the largest Spanish speaking city. Here is a list of the top 5 largest Spanish speaking cities in the world:
1 Mexico City, Mexico, 8,658,576 Metro 19,231,829
2 Bogotá, Colombia, 7,363,494 Metro 8,090,883
3 Lima, Peru, 7,186,000 Metro 9,241,961
4 Santiago, Chile, 4,656,690 Metro 6,293,000
5 Madrid, Spain, 3,228,359 Metro 5,561,748
California is not a city. Southern California is right over the border to Mexico so a lot of Mexicans enter that way, but I don't see any evidence that California is the largest Spanish speaking state in the US. Texas, New Mexico, Arizona, and Southern Florida also have a very large Spanish speaking population
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 asking, "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.
The majority of the Spanish-speaking population in Miami, Florida, comes from Cuba. This is most likely due to Cuba's proximity to Miami, and thus the Cubans' immigration to the city. According to the US Census File for "Hispanic and Latino Origin Reports" from 2010, approximately 34.4% of Miami's population was of Cuban origin. The 2nd largest representation in Miami was that of South Americans, who made up around 8.7%. Miami is the largest city in…