2,840 (2010 census). No monolinguals. Ethnic population: 12,900 (2010 census).
Kemerovskaya Oblast’; scattered throughout Russian Federation.
Mrassa (Mrasu), Kondoma. Some sources combine Shor and Chulym [clw].
Few domains except perhaps family. Mostly middle-aged or older (Salminen 2007). Mixed attitudes. All also use Russian [rus], except 50 monolinguals.
Different from Shor dialect of Khakas [kjh]. Study of Shor revived; language association formed; chair of Shor created at Pedagogical University in Novokuznetsk (1996 I. Nevskaya). Traditional religion, Christian.