Most Populous Countries that Speak an Indo-European Language

Name the most populous countries where the majority have an Indo-European language as their mother tongue.
Excludes national or regional languages
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Last updated: June 10, 2020
First submittedFebruary 16, 2018
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Population
Country
1.380 bil
India
331 mil
United States
220 mil
Pakistan
212 mil
Brazil
164 mil
Bangladesh
145 mil
Russia
128 mil
Mexico
83.9 mil
Iran
Population
Country
83.7 mil
Germany
67.8 mil
United Kingdom
65.2 mil
France
60.4 mil
Italy
50.8 mil
Colombia
46.7 mil
Spain
45.1 mil
Argentina
44.7 mil
Ukraine
Population
Country
38.9 mil
Afghanistan
37.8 mil
Poland
37.7 mil
Canada
32.9 mil
Peru
29.1 mil
Nepal
28.4 mil
Venezuela
25.4 mil
Australia
21.4 mil
Sri Lanka
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Level 55
Feb 16, 2018
Nigeria, Philippines, Democratic Republic of the Congo, South Africa, Tanzania, and probably some other African countries are missing.
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Level 68
Feb 18, 2018
Those countries you named are the ones which have an Indo-European language as a secondary language. So those are not counted.
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Level 55
Feb 20, 2018
That is not what you said in the cavaet, you said it needs to be the official language of the said country and in most of these countries it is the sole official language.
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Level 68
Feb 22, 2018
Yes, i also said it needs to be a primary language which in all African countries, indo-european languages are secondary languages beside their own native or local language.
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Level 37
Jun 10, 2020
Strange that German is here, but not Sutch, Afrikaans, Swedish, Danish or Finnish!
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Level 61
Oct 13, 2021
Are you joking? German is native language to 130+ million people. Swedish is only at 10 million as the highest among languages you listed.
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Level 46
Oct 13, 2021
No way your serious, Finnish isn't even an indo-european language