Hispanic Population

HISPANIC POPULATION – SPANISH SPEAKING COUNTRIES

POBLACION EN PAISES DE HABLA HISPANA

*Habitantes [Hab] – Inhabitants. Source of information about population: Wikipedia 2013.

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Spanish Population

 

EUROPA

España

SPANISH POPULATION

46,704,314 hab.

EUROPE

Spain

 

PAISES NORTEAMERICANOS

México

SPANISH POPULATION

118,419,000 hab.

NORTH AMERICAN COUNTRIES

Mexico

 

PAISES CENTROAMERICANOS

Costa Rica

El Salvador

Guatemala

Honduras

Nicaragua

Panamá

 

SPANISH POPULATION

4,652,459 hab.

6,288,899 hab.

15,500,000 hab.

8,264,000 hab.

6,071,045 hab.

3,405,813 hab.

GT: 44,182,216

 

CENTRAL AMERICAN COUNTRIES

Costa Rica

El Salvador

Guatemala

Honduras

Nicaragua

Panama

 

 

PAISES SUDAMERICANOS

Argentina

Bolivia

Brasil

Chile

Colombia

Ecuador

Paraguay

Perú

Uruguay

Venezuela

SPANISH POPULATION

42,192,500 hab.

10,027,254 hab.

192,376,496 hab.

16,634,603 hab.

47,121,089 hab.

15,761,731 hab.

6,672,933 hab.

30,475,144 hab.

3,368,595 hab.

28,946,101 hab.

GT: 393,576,446

SOUTH AMERICAN COUNTRIES

Argentina

Bolivia

Brazil

Chile

Colombia

Ecuador

Paraguay

Peru

Uruguay

Venezuela

 

SPANISH FACTS ABOUT HISPANIC POPULATION IN USA.

-Spanish is the second most spoken language in the US. And the as the Hispanic population is increasing.

-The Hispanic population in numbers. The last US census revealed that 16.3% of the nation’s population are Hispanic, which in numbers are 50.5 millions, as of April 2010. In addition, there are 3.7 million residents of Puerto Rico, a U.S. territory.

-The projected Hispanic population of the United States in July 1st, 2050 will be 132.8 millions.

The increase in the Hispanic population demands to start thinking about becoming bilingual in USA.

– Spanish language is spoken in many other countries that have not been mentioned in this practice. You are welcome to do your own research.