Interesting interactive map from Census department shows population clusters for linguistic diversity
A really interesting map from the U.S. Census shows where speakers of different languages tend to reside in the U.S. Amazing to click on Spanish to see the distribution across the country. A good deal of other languages are represented, and it's interesting to see where there are consistencies of language diversity as well as novel areas for a given language group. They leave out English as a clickable language. I wonder what that would look like.