Some articles on percent, percent spoke:
... Families made up 53 percent of the households in the Village of Loreauville ... This figure includes both married-couple families (39 percent) and other families (14 percent) ... Non-family households made up 47 percent of all households in Loreauville village ...
... people at least five years old living in Puerto Rico in 2005–2009, 95 percent spoke a language other than English at home ... Of those speaking a language other than English at home, 100 percent spoke Spanish and less than 0.5 percent spoke some other language 85 percent reported that they did not speak ...
... Of those, 40 percent were aboriginal, most of whom came from the nearby Peigan and Kainai nations ... Of the remaining 60 percent, Japanese, Chinese and Latin American made up the largest portion at over 1,200, 920 and 705 respectively ... According to the 2001 federal census, 50,245 residents, representing 76 percent of respondents, indicated they were Christian ...
Famous quotes containing the words spoke and/or percent:
“He spoke to the rabble;
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