U.S. Virgin Islands

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U.S. Virgin Islands
A country in Americas
The number of individual languages listed for U.S. Virgin Islands is 4. Of these, 3 are living and 1 is extinct. Of the living languages, 1 is indigenous and 2 are non-indigenous. Furthermore, 1 is institutional and 2 are vigorous.
Sovereignty Comment
Organized unincorporated insular area of the United States
Population

106,000 (2013 census)

General Remarks
Main islands: Saint John, Saint Croix, Saint Thomas, plus 50 small islands
Principal Languages
English
Literacy Rate
90%–95%
Immigrant Languages
French, Papiamentu (200), Spanish (16,800)
Deaf Population
110–200
Language Counts
The number of individual languages listed for U.S. Virgin Islands is 4. Of these, 3 are living and 1 is extinct. Of the living languages, 1 is indigenous and 2 are non-indigenous. Furthermore, 1 is institutional and 2 are vigorous.