This is a map of the third most spoken language in a given state.
The results are kind of interesting. There is of course no doubt about what the second most spoken language in every state now is. But moving away from that subject.
The only result that was surprising is how many states in the midwest are still German.
Chinese remains the go to on the west coast, which is no surprise.
That the south has gone "Indic" is no surprise although I'm not sure I would count "Indic" as non-English language. A line from the Bollywood Epic of modern Indian life, Kuck Naa Noho: "Sorry. No. We only speak Hindi and a little Punjabi but no English." That line was not translated to English, it was spoken exactly like that word for word.
Then there were the less pleasant surprises.
I knew that Minnesota had turned itself into little Somalia. Having been there I can state that that was not a good idea.