As many as 16,035 people in the United States speak Latvian at home, according to the data released by the U.S. Census Bureau (USCB), reported BNS Monday.
The USCB statistics show that the Lithuanian language is spoken at home by 39,790 U.S. residents, and 6,035 people in the U.S. use Estonian at home.
The survey shows that over 370 various languages are used in the homes of U.S. residents.
Every year the U.S. Census Bureau puts together an overview of languages spoken in the homes of U.S. residents.
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