1,600 (Golla 2007), decreasing. 1,500 Isleta, 100 Sandia speakers (Golla 2007). Ethnic population: 4,500 (Golla 2007). Including 4,000 Isleta and 500 Sandia (Golla 2007).
New Mexico: Isleta and Sandia pueblos, north and south of Albuquerque.
Sandia, Isleta (Isleta Pueblo).
Vigorous in a few families. Diminishing vigor at Isleta except among older adults. Commerce on tribal land, traditional ceremonial life. Only middle-aged or elderly are fluent but some younger people use the language and at least a few children acquire it (Golla 2007). Positive attitudes. People are apprehensive about losing their culture if the language is not revived. Also use English [eng], with proficiency ranging from low to fluent.
Latin script [Latn].
Christian, traditional religion.