Which is the only officially bilingual U.S. state?

Louisiana
Arizona
Hawaii
North Dakota
Hawai­ian, along with English, is an official language of the state of Hawaii - even though the number of native speakers of Hawaiian grad­u­al­ly de­creased during the period from the 1830 to 1950s, and is cur­rent­ly under 0.1% of statewide pop­u­la­tion. The state gov­ern­ment of Lou­i­si­ana offers services and doc­u­ments in French, as does New Mexico in Spanish, but these are not official state lan­guages.

Answers distribution

Louisiana
Arizona
Hawaii
North Dakota
answers
flagBelgium
4%
4%
91%
0%
23
flagNorway
8%
8%
82%
0%
23
flagSpain
12%
6%
81%
0%
33
flagGreece
9%
6%
81%
3%
32
flagthe United Kingdom
12%
6%
78%
2%
338
flagFrance
17%
0%
78%
3%
28
flagthe Netherlands
10%
12%
76%
0%
50
flagGermany
8%
9%
73%
6%
165
flagRepublic of Ireland
24%
5%
70%
0%
37
flagPoland
15%
8%
68%
7%
11113
flagSweden
17%
6%
68%
6%
29
flagCanada
20%
7%
67%
2%
40
flagUkraine
18%
6%
65%
9%
44
flagAustria
16%
12%
64%
8%
25
flagthe United States
24%
5%
63%
5%
375
flagLithuania
26%
0%
63%
10%
19
flagItaly
10%
14%
60%
14%
48
flagIndia
25%
11%
57%
5%
35
flagRussia
21%
15%
57%
5%
19
flagUnknown
22%
14%
51%
11%
377

Gender

men62%
women68%
Louisiana
20%
13%
Arizona
9%
10%
Hawaii
62%
68%
North Dakota
8%
8%

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