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 Which state has the highest Spanish-speaking population?

Answer According to the United States Census Bureau, California has the highest number of Spanish speakers, with 12,442,626, as of 2008. In terms of the percentage of the state's population, New Mexico ha... Read More »
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What Spanish-speaking country has the greastest population?

According to statistics gathered in 2008, the Spanish-speaking country with the largest population is Mexico, which has nearly 110 million people. The second-largest is Colombia, with 45 million Sp... Read More »
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What Spanish-speaking country has the greatest population?

With a population of just over 111 million people as of 2010, more than 85 million of which speak Spanish, Mexico is the largest country whose official language is Spanish according to the Nation M... Read More »
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What is the largest island with a Spanish-speaking population?

In terms of physical size, Cuba, with a surface area of approximately 41,000 square miles, is the largest island in the world in which Spanish is an official language. With a population of 11.5 mil... Read More »
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How far is it from Plymouth, Utah, to Saint George, Utah?

It is approximately 390 miles from Plymouth, Utah, to Saint George, Utah. Under normal traffic conditions, the drive would last around six hours without stops. The main route for the trip is Inters... Read More »
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