The most common language in every state, besides English and Spanish

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In Georgia, the most common language spoken besides English and Spanish is Korean

In a new report, Business Insider mapped out which languages are most commonly spoken in households in each state, besides English and Spanish.

While Western states like Montana, Wyoming, Colorado and Idaho all were likely to have German speakers, places like Oklahoma, Texas and Kansas are home to a large population of households that speak Vietnamese.

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Across the Southeast, there are a number of languages represented.

Here in Georgia, Korean is the most common language spoken at home, besides English and Spanish.

Most common non-English, non-Spanish language spoken in some states across the South: 

Alabama: Korean
Arkansas: Chinese
Florida: Haitian Creole
Georgia: Korean
Louisiana: French
Mississippi: Vietnamese
North Carolina: French
South Carolina: German
Tennessee: Arabic

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To compile the report, Business Insider analyzed data from the 2017 American Community Survey, which was published by the Integrated Public Use Microdata Series.

The community survey asks mote than 1 million Americans questions annually, including what language they speak at home.

An analysis of that data found that English is the most common language in states across the country and Spanish is the second-most prevalent language in 46 states and Washington, D.C.

German is the most common non-English, non-Spanish language spoken in the United States, with more than 905,000 speakers across the country, according to the report.

ExploreExplore the full report here.