Language numbers are provided for:
- Number of households speaking Spanish at home that are linguistically isolated.
- Number of households speaking other non-English languages at home that are linguistically isolated
Source of data: IECAM demographers prepared estimates of population based on Census Bureau estimates for the following programs or surveys:
- Population Estimates Program v2013, for years 2011, 2012, and 2013
- American Community Survey 2013, 5-year estimates
These data are available for the following geographic areas: state, county, township, municipality, IL state senate district, IL state house district, US Congressional district, Elementary School District, Unit School District, Zip Code Tabulation Area (ZCTA), Chicago Community Areas, and by ISBE region and IDHS region, which are sums of counties.
Date of data: 2013
Note: The U.S. Census Bureau defines “linguistically isolated” as follows:
A linguistically isolated household is one in which no member 14 years old and over (1) speaks only English or (2) speaks a non-English language and speaks English “very well.” In other words, all members 14 years old and over have at least some difficulty with English. (U.S. Census Bureau. Census 2000)