Most Spoken European Languages as Percentage of World's Population

Enter a language into the box. Turkish is not counted since Turkey's capital is not in Europe.
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Last updated: May 28, 2021
First submittedMarch 19, 2017
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5.85%
Spanish
5.52%
English
3.08%
Portuguese
2.42%
Russian
1.39%
German
1.12%
French
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0.90%
Italian
0.61%
Polish
0.46%
Ukrainian
0.37%
Romanian
0.32%
Dutch
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0.27%
Serbo-Croatian
0.19%
Hungarian
0.18%
Greek
0.15%
Czech
0.13%
Swedish
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Level 92
Mar 19, 2017
Interesting quiz. Typos need correcting: Portuguese, Ukrainian (at the moment the correct answers don't work).
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Level 73
Mar 21, 2017
Yeah those need to be fixed
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Level 50
Apr 20, 2021
Wouldn't Serbo-Croatian be above Greek and Swedish?
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Level 30
Aug 11, 2021
Where is Turkish? It is also spoken in Europe. And it has much more native speakers worldwide than Czech or Hungarian.
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Level 56
Aug 12, 2021
My explanation for not including Turkish is in the description. Turkey is sort of in a grey area as to its "Europeanness", so I didn't include it to avoid people missing it because they don't think of it as European. Turkish is also a Turkic language, not Indo-European, and most other Turkic languages are spoken in Central Asia.