A recent analysis published by the Pew Research Center showed how Spanish is slowly disappearing in the 25 largest cities in the US. Today, the country has approximately more than 58 million Hispanics, a figure that is increasing. And, while the number of Latinos who speak Spanish in their homes continues to rise given the overall population growth, the% of Hispanics who use this language have declined in the last decade. In 2006, 78% of Latinos spoke and used Spanish in their homes; in 2016 it was 73%

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