Which country other than Sweden, has the largest Swedish-speaking population?

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Canada
Spain
Finland
Finland was a part of Sweden from the 12th to the 19th century. Many Swedish settlers arrived at the coastal regions during the medieval time. In the 17th century, Swedish became the dominant language of the no­bil­i­ty, ad­min­is­tra­tion and ed­u­ca­tion. Today, the Swedish minority in Finland numbers 280,000 people.

Answers distribution

US
Canada
Spain
Finland
answers
flagSweden
7%
0%
2%
86%
67
flagSpain
5%
7%
1%
82%
51
flagBelgium
7%
7%
3%
82%
28
flagCanada
9%
7%
1%
80%
51
flagSwitzerland
0%
19%
3%
77%
31
flagRussia
0%
9%
0%
77%
22
flagUkraine
3%
13%
6%
76%
30
flagthe Netherlands
6%
14%
4%
74%
47
flagthe United Kingdom
9%
13%
1%
73%
528
flagAustria
19%
7%
0%
73%
26
flagPoland
8%
15%
3%
72%
16531
flagGermany
9%
13%
2%
72%
258
flagItaly
6%
11%
9%
72%
43
flagthe United States
9%
12%
4%
71%
464
flagRepublic of Ireland
14%
14%
0%
70%
55
flagNorway
7%
19%
3%
69%
56
flagFrance
10%
16%
1%
69%
55
flagUnknown
11%
17%
3%
66%
500
flagIndia
13%
6%
14%
63%
61
flagDenmark
23%
13%
0%
60%
30

Gender

men68%
women68%
US
11%
8%
Canada
16%
19%
Spain
2%
3%
Finland
68%
68%

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