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Noticia[ ]

Español
Sólo se muestran los lugares con las tasas más altas de hablantes de español como lengua materna. Los lugares con bajos índices de hablantes nativos de español (por ejemplo, Francia) no se muestran en este mapa, ni las comunidades de hablantes no nativos en español. Este mapa muestra todas las partes del mundo donde el español es hablado. Tenga en cuenta que esto no es lo mismo que los países que se han considerado tradicionalmente como el núcleo de la Hispanidad (porque tienen el español como idioma oficial, y es la lengua principal del país, o porque han sido históricamente importante en la creación de la comunidad de hispanohablantes).
English
Only communities with the highest rates of speakers-of-Spanish-as-a-native-language are shown. Those with low rates of such communities of Spanish native speakers (for example, France) are not shown on this map, nor are communities of non-native Spanish speakers. This map shows all the parts of the World where Spanish or its créole languages are spoken. Note that this is not the same as the countries that are traditionally considered as the core of the Hispanidad (because they have Spanish as official language and it is the main language of the country, or because they have been historically important in the creation of the Hispanophone community).

Leyenda/legend[ ]

Español
   Países donde el español tiene estatus de lengua oficial.
Situación en los Estados Unidos de América:
   Estados de los Estados Unidos de América donde el español carece de estatus oficial pero es hablado por un 25% o más de la población.
   Estados de los Estados Unidos de América donde el español carece de estatus oficial pero es hablado por un 10-20% de la población.
   Estados de los Estados Unidos de América donde el español carece de estatus oficial pero es hablado por un 5-9% de la población.
   Países o regiones donde el español es hablado sin reconocimiento oficial, o donde se hablan lenguas criollas de origen español, con o sin reconocimiento oficial.
NOTA: Para obtener información detallada sobre las fuentes de información utilizadas para la creación del mapa, véase su página de descripcción
English
   Countries where Spanish has official language status.
Situation in the United States of America:
   States of the United States where Spanish has no official status but is spoken by 25% or more of the population.
   States of the United States where Spanish has no official status but is spoken by 10-20% of the population.
   States of the United States where Spanish has no official status but is spoken by 5-9% of the population.
   Countries or regions where Spanish is spoken without official recognition, or where creoles of Spanish origin are spoken, with or without official recognition.
NOTE: For details on the sources of information used in creating the map, see this page for full description
  •    Oficial
  • EE.UU.:
   +25%
   10-20%
   5-10%
  •    :
English: Countries and regions where the Spanish language is spoken without official recognition, or where Spanish-based créole languages are spoken with or without official recognition.
NOTE: For detailed information about the sources taken to make the map, see its description page
Deutsch: Länder und Gebiete in denen Spanisch gesprochen wird ohne als offizielle Sprache anerkannt zu sein, oder in denen auf Spanisch basierende Kreol-Sprachen gesprochen werden.
SIEHE: Für mehr Information über die Quellen der Karte, hier der Hauptartikel
Français : Pays et régions où l'espagnol est parlé sans avoir de reconnaissance officielle, ou où des créole d'origine espagnole sont parlés, avec ou sans reconnaissance officielle.
Note : Pour obtenir de l'information détaillée sur les sources d'information utilisées pour la création de la carte, voir sa page de description
Italiano: Paesi o regioni dove il castigliano è parlato senza avere riconoscimento ufficiale, o dove si parlano creoli di origine castigliana, con o senza riconoscimento ufficiale.
NOTA: Per ottenere informazioni dettagliate sulle fonti d'informazione utilizzate per la crazione della mappa, leggere qui.
Nederlands: Landen en regio's waar het Spaans gesproken wordt zonder officiële opname door de overheid, of waar Creoolse talen gebaseerd op het Spaans gesproken worden met of zonder officiële erkenning.
N.B.: Voor gedetailleerde informatie m.b.t de bronnen die hierbij gebruikt zijn ter standkoming van deze kaart (vooralsnog alleen in het Engels beschikbaar) klik hier voor een verklarende beschrijving
Português: Países ou regiões onde o espanhol é falado sem reconhecimento oficial, ou onde se falam línguas crioulas de origem castelhana, com ou sem reconhecimento oficial.
NOTA: Para obter informação detalhada sobre as fontes de informação utilizadas para a criação do mapa, veja sua página de descrição
Türkmençe: İspanyolca'nın resmi tanıma olmadan konuşulduğu ya da İspanyolca'ya dayanan kreole dillerinin resmi tanıma olarak ya da olmayarak konuşulduğu ülkeler ya da bölgeler.
NOT: Haritanın yapımında yararlanılan kaynaklarla ilgili ayrıntılı bilgi için anlatım sayfasına bakınız

Gascon: Peis e regions ond l'espanhòu ei parlat xentz ua reconeixença oficiau, o ond creoles d'origina espanhòla, dab o xentz reconeixença oficiau.

NÒTA: Tà-d aver ua informacion detalhada suus hont d'informacions utilisadas tà la creacion de la carta, véder la soa paja de descripcion

Sources for the legend[ ]

   Countries where Spanish has official status. Includes:

Situation in the United States of America:
   States of the U.S. where Spanish has no official status but is spoken by 25% or more of the population (2000 Census):
  • New Mexico (42.1%)
  • California (32.4%)
  • Texas (32.0%)
  • Arizona (25.3%)
   States of the U.S. where Spanish has no official status but is spoken by 10-20% of the population (2000 Census):
  • Nevada (19.7%)
  • Colorado (17.1%)
  • Illinois (12.3%)
  • Florida (16.8%)
  • New York (15.1%)
  • New Jersey (13.3%)
   States of the U.S. where Spanish has no official status but is spoken by 5-9.9% of the population (2000 Census):
  • Connecticut (9.4%)
  • Utah (9.0%)
  • Rhode Island (8.7%)
  • Oregon (8.0%)
  • Idaho (7.9%)
  • Washington (7.5%)
  • Kansas (7.0%)
  • Massachusetts (6.8%)
  • Wyoming (6.4%)
  • Nebraska (5.5%)
  • Georgia (5.3%)
  • Oklahoma (5.2%)

   Countries and regions where the Spanish language is spoken without official recognition, or where Spanish-based créole languages are spoken with or without official recognition. Includes:
  • In Europe (the Iberian Peninsula):
    • Andorra: 71,822 inhabitants (CIA WF). Spanish is taught at schools, and almost the entire population speaks it.
  • In the Caribbean:
    • Belize: 130,000 speakers of Spanish (Source).
    • Trinidad and Tobago: 4,100 speakers of Spanish (Source), mainly in fishing villages and communities of the southern peninsula, of a total population of 1,305,000, but given special status by the Government.

NOTE: The labels given to the sources of information provided in the legend are of four different types:

  1. The label "XXXX Census" means that the source comes from an official census.
  2. The label "CIA WF" means that that the source comes from the CIA World Factbook.
  3. The label "Source: [Official Website]" means that the source comes from an official website.
  4. The simple label "Source" means that that the source comes from somewhere else, and therefore it should be replaced by a reliable source.


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