Québec City Language Spoken at Home


In Québec City 7.71% of the population speaks a non-official language primarily at home. Most households speak Spanish. This accounts for about 61.24% of the Québec City non official language speaking population and 4.72% of the total Québec City population. People who speak Arabic primarily at home account for 9.31% of the non official language speaking population and 0.72% of the total Québec City population. People who speak German primarily at home account for 5.54% of the non official language speaking population and 0.43% of the total Québec City population. People who speak Italian primarily at home account for 4.3% of the non official language speaking population and 0.33% of the total Québec City population. People who speak Other non-Aboriginal languages primarily at home account for 3.24% of the non official language speaking population and 0.25% of the total Québec City population. People who speak Portuguese primarily at home account for 2.51% of the non official language speaking population and 0.19% of the total Québec City population. People who speak Russian primarily at home account for 1.73% of the non official language speaking population and 0.13% of the total Québec City population. People who speak Chinese, n.o.s. primarily at home account for 0.97% of the non official language speaking population and 0.07% of the total Québec City population. People who speak Vietnamese primarily at home account for 0.97% of the non official language speaking population and 0.07% of the total Québec City population. People who speak Bosnian primarily at home account for 0.91% of the non official language speaking population and 0.07% of the total Québec City population. People who speak Romanian primarily at home account for 0.89% of the non official language speaking population and 0.07% of the total Québec City population. People who speak Swahili primarily at home account for 0.76% of the non official language speaking population and 0.06% of the total Québec City population. People who speak Khmer (Cambodian) primarily at home account for 0.75% of the non official language speaking population and 0.06% of the total Québec City population. People who speak Albanian primarily at home account for 0.67% of the non official language speaking population and 0.05% of the total Québec City population. People who speak Nepali primarily at home account for 0.67% of the non official language speaking population and 0.05% of the total Québec City population. People who speak Rundi (Kirundi) primarily at home account for 0.61% of the non official language speaking population and 0.05% of the total Québec City population. People who speak Persian (Farsi) primarily at home account for 0.48% of the non official language speaking population and 0.04% of the total Québec City population. People who speak Serbo-Croatian primarily at home account for 0.42% of the non official language speaking population and 0.03% of the total Québec City population. People who speak Creoles primarily at home account for 0.41% of the non official language speaking population and 0.03% of the total Québec City population. People who speak Mandarin primarily at home account for 0.39% of the non official language speaking population and 0.03% of the total Québec City population. People who speak Lingala primarily at home account for 0.29% of the non official language speaking population and 0.02% of the total Québec City population. People who speak Croatian primarily at home account for 0.26% of the non official language speaking population and 0.02% of the total Québec City population. People who speak Dutch primarily at home account for 0.22% of the non official language speaking population and 0.02% of the total Québec City population. People who speak Japanese primarily at home account for 0.21% of the non official language speaking population and 0.02% of the total Québec City population. People who speak Niger-Congo languages, n.i.e. primarily at home account for 0.21% of the non official language speaking population and 0.02% of the total Québec City population. People who speak Oromo primarily at home account for 0.18% of the non official language speaking population and 0.01% of the total Québec City population. People who speak Berber languages (Kabyle) primarily at home account for 0.16% of the non official language speaking population and 0.01% of the total Québec City population. People who speak Polish primarily at home account for 0.15% of the non official language speaking population and 0.01% of the total Québec City population. People who speak Armenian primarily at home account for 0.15% of the non official language speaking population and 0.01% of the total Québec City population. People who speak Bulgarian primarily at home account for 0.14% of the non official language speaking population and 0.01% of the total Québec City population. People who speak Rwanda (Kinyarwanda) primarily at home account for 0.13% of the non official language speaking population and 0.01% of the total Québec City population. People who speak Serbian primarily at home account for 0.12% of the non official language speaking population and 0.01% of the total Québec City population. People who speak Ukrainian primarily at home account for 0.12% of the non official language speaking population and 0.01% of the total Québec City population. People who speak Bengali primarily at home account for 0.09% of the non official language speaking population and 0.01% of the total Québec City population. People who speak Gujarati primarily at home account for 0.09% of the non official language speaking population and 0.01% of the total Québec City population. People who speak Bantu languages, n.i.e. primarily at home account for 0.09% of the non official language speaking population and 0.01% of the total Québec City population. People who speak Turkish primarily at home account for 0.08% of the non official language speaking population and 0.01% of the total Québec City population. People who speak Greek primarily at home account for 0.07% of the non official language speaking population and 0.01% of the total Québec City population. People who speak Cantonese primarily at home account for 0.07% of the non official language speaking population and 0.01% of the total Québec City population. People who speak African languages, n.i.e. primarily at home account for 0.07% of the non official language speaking population and 0.01% of the total Québec City population. People who speak Czech primarily at home account for 0.06% of the non official language speaking population and 0.00% of the total Québec City population. People who speak Hindi primarily at home account for 0.05% of the non official language speaking population and 0.00% of the total Québec City population. People who speak Urdu primarily at home account for 0.05% of the non official language speaking population and 0.00% of the total Québec City population. People who speak Swedish primarily at home account for 0.04% of the non official language speaking population and 0.00% of the total Québec City population. People who speak Hungarian primarily at home account for 0.04% of the non official language speaking population and 0.00% of the total Québec City population. People who speak Tamil primarily at home account for 0.04% of the non official language speaking population and 0.00% of the total Québec City population. People who speak Lao primarily at home account for 0.02% of the non official language speaking population and 0.00% of the total Québec City population. People who speak Thai primarily at home account for 0.02% of the non official language speaking population and 0.00% of the total Québec City population. People who speak Tagalog (Pilipino,Filipino) primarily at home account for 0.02% of the non official language speaking population and 0.00% of the total Québec City population.

StatisticPercent% of total population
Spanish61.24 %4.72 %
Arabic9.31 %0.72 %
German5.54 %0.43 %
Italian4.30 %0.33 %
Other non-Aboriginal languages3.24 %0.25 %
Portuguese2.51 %0.19 %
Russian1.73 %0.13 %
Chinese, n.o.s.0.97 %0.07 %
Vietnamese0.97 %0.07 %
Bosnian0.91 %0.07 %
Romanian0.89 %0.07 %
Swahili0.76 %0.06 %
Khmer (Cambodian)0.75 %0.06 %
Albanian0.67 %0.05 %
Nepali0.67 %0.05 %
Rundi (Kirundi)0.61 %0.05 %
Persian (Farsi)0.48 %0.04 %
Serbo-Croatian0.42 %0.03 %
Creoles0.41 %0.03 %
Mandarin0.39 %0.03 %
Lingala0.29 %0.02 %
Croatian0.26 %0.02 %
Dutch0.22 %0.02 %
Japanese0.21 %0.02 %
Niger-Congo languages, n.i.e.0.21 %0.02 %
Oromo0.18 %0.01 %
Berber languages (Kabyle)0.16 %0.01 %
Polish0.15 %0.01 %
Armenian0.15 %0.01 %
Bulgarian0.14 %0.01 %
Rwanda (Kinyarwanda)0.13 %0.01 %
Serbian0.12 %0.01 %
Ukrainian0.12 %0.01 %
Bengali0.09 %0.01 %
Gujarati0.09 %0.01 %
Bantu languages, n.i.e.0.09 %0.01 %
Turkish0.08 %0.01 %
Greek0.07 %0.01 %
Cantonese0.07 %0.01 %
African languages, n.i.e.0.07 %0.01 %
Czech0.06 %0.00 %
Hindi0.05 %0.00 %
Urdu0.05 %0.00 %
Swedish0.04 %0.00 %
Hungarian0.04 %0.00 %
Tamil0.04 %0.00 %
Lao0.02 %0.00 %
Thai0.02 %0.00 %
Tagalog (Pilipino,Filipino)0.02 %0.00 %
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