The Most Commonly Spoken Language in Each US State that is NOT English or Spanish

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First submittedMay 19, 2014
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State
Language
Alabama
German
Alaska
Yupik
Arizona
Navajo
Arkansas
German
Califronia
Tagalog
Colorado
German
Connecticutt
French
Delaware
French
Florida
French Creole
Georgia
Korean
Hawaii
Tagalog
Idaho
German
Illinois
Polish
Indiana
German
Iowa
German
Kansas
German
Kentucky
German
State
Language
Louisiana
French
Maine
French
Maryland
French
Massachusetts
Portuguese
Michigan
Arabic
Minnesota
Hmong
Mississippi
French
Missouri
German
Montana
German
New Hampshire
French
Nebraska
Vietnamese
Nevada
Tagalog
New Jersey
Italian
New Mexico
Navajo
New York
Chinese
North Carolina
French
North Dakota
German
State
Language
Ohio
German
Oklahoma
Vietnamese
Oregon
Russian
Pennsylvania
Italian
Rhode Island
Portuguese
South Carolina
French
South Dakota
Dakota
Tennessee
German
Texas
Vietnamese
Utah
German
Vermont
French
Virginia
Korean
Washington
Vietnamese
West Virginia
French
Wisconsin
German
Wyoming
German
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Level ∞
May 19, 2014
Nice idea for a quiz. Unfortunately, another user beat you to it!
http://www.jetpunk.com/user-quizzes/97097/third-most-common-language-by-us-state

No worries, though. Our search feature is pretty bad.

p.s I've been following your quizzes. Keep up the good work!

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Level 55
May 19, 2014
Aw. Thanks! Yeah, I try to do a search before I make a new quiz...but you see sometimes it doesn't help.
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Level 71
May 20, 2014
How about accepting Lakota for Dakota?
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Level 33
Jun 21, 2014
I'm not sure, but I don't think Chinese is a language. I think it's either Mandarin or Cantonese (or other less common things). I guess Chinese could include both.