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Besides English and Spanish, which language do you think is the most commonly spoken in the U.S.?

Tagalog is the second most commonly spoken language in American households (after English/Spanish.) Image: Unsplash/ Joey Csunyo

Anshool Deshmukh

Author, Visual Capitalist

Pernia Jamshed

Graphic Designer, Visual Capitalist

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In 2019, approximately 78% (241 million) of all 308.8 million people ages five and older reported speaking only English at home. Image: Visual Capitalist

Tagalog is the second most commonly spoken language in American households (after English/Spanish) with 1.7 million speakers. Image: Visual Capitalist

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