Produce marked in Spanish, at The International Supermarket that sells American, South American, European and Asian products at Ventnor and Annapolis Avenues, in Atlantic City. Many different languages spoken in Atlantic City. The city is full on many different cultures from all over the world, reflected in the various neighborhoods and section of the city. Tuesday, June, 5, 2012. ( Press of Atlantic City/Danny Drake)
Margarita Rivera Boom manager in Atlantic City talk with reporter Friday, June 1, 2012.
De Tran Vietnamese owner of Ac Produce Market in Atlantic City.
Mohammed Hossain, Bengali businessman of Asian American Market in Atlantic City.
Ryan Ramos, of Northfield, passes Pho' Cali Vietnamese Restaurant with an order from the Mexico Restaurant next door on Ventnor Avenue, in Atlantic City.
Money transfers to almost anywhere in the world from the Less Price convenience store on the 4000 block of Ventnor Avenue, in Atlantic City.
- The languages
Languages spoken in Atlantic City and the number of people who speak them, as estimated by 2008-2010 American Community Survey:
Only English: 21,530
Spanish or Spanish Creole: 7,767
French (including Patois, Creole, Cajun): 209
German or other West Germanic languages: 129
Slavic languages: 406
Other Indo-European languages: 3,272
Other Asian and Pacific Island languages: 85
Other and unspecified languages: 339
- Diversity in Atlantic City as of 2010 Census
Total population: 39,558
Black (only): 15,148
White (only): 10,543
Asian (only): 6,153
American Indian (only): 242
Native Hawaiian and Other Pacific Islander (only): 18
Two or more races: 1,905
Among Latino population (of any race):
Puerto Rican: 3,506
Other Latino: 4,443
Among Asian population (reported alone or in any combination with another race):
Asian Indian: 1,507
Chinese (except Taiwanese): 1,406
Sri Lankan: 2
Source: U.S. Census
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