||9,650 (2000 SIL), increasing. US Census (2000) lists 7,005 who use the language in the home. Ethnic population: 9,651.
||New Mexico, south McKinley County Reservation, south of Gallup.
Southwestern United States of America
||Some children raised to speak the language (1998). Slowly shifting to English. Used in traditional tribal council meetings. Zuni is used exclusively in all Zuni religious ceremonies, occasionally in religious services. Mainly adults. Positive attitude. Few, if any, monolinguals (2000). Schools in English.
||Literacy rate in L1: Below 1%. Literacy rate in L2: 75%–100%. Some study of oral and written Zuni in primary school. Radio programs. Bible portions: 1941–2007.
||Jewelry making; government workers. Traditional religion.