It is well known that Metro Detroit has one of the largest Arab-American populations in the country and is often said to have the largest concentration of Arab immigrants outside of the Middle East.
CityLab highlighted different language variations from the Census’ 2011 Language Mapper that builds on questions of “language spoken at home.”
Great, but where is the scale of the map
I recommend checking of the Census Bureau Language Mapper for more: http://www.census.gov/hhes/socdemo/language/data/language_map.html?eml=gd
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