Something new from the US Census Bureau, a handy map resource to help identify regions in the country where specific language clusters exist. According to this new resource based on the 207-2011 Community Survey Data, Spanish, Chinese Top Non-English Languages Spoken; Most of Population is English Proficient. For each language, the mapper shows the concentration of those who report that they speak English less than “very well,” a measure of English proficiency. A report has been published along with the WMS.
The interactive map shows where certain languages are spoken in America. The languages available in the interactive map include Spanish, French, French Creole, Italian, Portuguese, German, Russian, Polish, Persian, Chinese, Japanese, Korean, Vietnamese, Tagalog and Arabic. After selecting one of these languages from the menu, users will see a national population density map, with each dot representing about 100 people who speak the language at home placed where these speakers are concentrated. See 2011 Language Mapper HERE or see more details about the project HERE