What is the Local Language Spoken in Maricopa County, AZ?

In this article we explore what is the local language spoken in Maricopa County AZ and how it compares to its neighboring geographies and matrices.

What is the Local Language Spoken in Maricopa County, AZ?

In Maricopa County, Arizona, none of the households reported speaking a language other than English at home as their primary shared language. This does not take into account the possible multilingual nature of homes, but only the main language that they claim to be spoken by all household members. The table below shows the percentages of U. S.

citizenship in Maricopa County, Arizona, compared to its neighboring geographies and matrices. The chart below shows how the percentage of uninsured people in Maricopa County, Arizona, changed over time compared to the percentage of people enrolled in various types of health insurance. This makes Maricopa County the third county in U. history to cast more than one million votes for a presidential candidate.

The most common employment sectors for those living in Maricopa County, Arizona, are healthcare (26%), social assistance (263,218 people), retail (253,381 people), and educational services (177,633 people). The following table shows how the average household income in Maricopa County, Arizona compares to that of its neighboring geographies and matrices. Primary care physicians in Maricopa County, Arizona, see 1,419 patients per year on average, representing a decrease of 2% from the previous year (1,448 patients). Maricopa County is bordered by Gila County, La Paz County, Pima County, Pinal County, Yavapai County and Yuma County in Arizona.

The following chart shows the percentage of foreign-born residents in Maricopa County compared to that of their neighboring geographies and matrices. The most common workgroups by number of people living in Maricopa County are administrative support occupations (275,112 people), management occupations (234,993 people), and sales-related occupations (26%) (233 448 people). For much of the time after World War II, Maricopa County was one of the most conservative urban counties in the United States. The largest universities in Maricopa County by number of degrees awarded are the University of Phoenix-Arizona (48,461 (29,877 and 22.2%)), Grand Canyon University (29,176 and 21.7%) and Arizona State University (21,156 and 15.7%).

This visualization illustrates the percentage of students graduating with a bachelor's degree from schools in Maricopa County depending on their specialty. To further underscore the political dominance of Maricopa County, Biden's 45,109 vote margin was more than enough to win the state; only Arizona won by 10,457 votes. The county has no other passenger rail transport as Amtrak's Sunset Limited which operated in Phoenix until June 2nd 1996 has its closest stop in Maricopa in neighboring Pinal County. This chart shows the breakdown of the actions of the main industries for residents of Maricopa County although some of these residents may live in Maricopa County and work elsewhere.