The primary language spoken at home in Gallatin County is English, representing more than 96% of households4.
Indo-European languages represent those languages spoken mostly in Europe and areas of European settlement and in much of Southwest and South Asia. They include well known languages such as Iranian, Greek, German, Armenian, Celtic, and Albanian. Asian/Pacific Islander languages include Chinese, Korean, Vietnamese, Hindi, Japanese, Russian, Filipino, and Thai to name a few.
Those with a primary language other than English have a higher propensity to be below the federal poverty level as compared to native born/English speaking persons6.