Overheard in Chicago: Arabic, Serbo Croatian and Tagalog

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Polish is the most common language other than English and Spanish spoken in Chicago according to the U.S. Census Bureau. That’s not true across the city, though. When you drill down to the neighborhood level, there are 16 other languages that take the spot of third most common language. Explore the map below to discover the third most common language in your neighborhood, after English and Spanish.

(The language listed in each talk bubble is the third most common among people who report not speaking English very well.)

See what share of your community speaks Chicago’s most common languages after English in the graph below.

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