Figure 2
Rates of complete and partial retention for 22 main immigrant mother tongues, Canada, 2011

Description

The title of the graph is "Figure 2 Rates of complete and partial retention for 22 main immigrant mother tongues, Canada, 2011, mother tongue".
This is a stacked bar chart.
This is a horizontal bar graph, so categories are on the vertical axis and values on the horizontal axis.
There are in total 22 categories in the vertical axis. The horizontal axis starts at 0 and ends at 200 with ticks every 50 points.
There are 3 series in this graph.
The horizontal axis is "mother tongue".
The vertical axis is "percentage".
The title of series 1 is "Complete retention rate".
The minimum value is 15.2 and it corresponds to "Dutch".
The maximum value is 81.4 and it corresponds to "Punjabi".
The title of series 2 is "Partial retention rate".
The minimum value is 12.1 and it corresponds to "Mandarin".
The maximum value is 32.2 and it corresponds to "Greek".
The title of series 3 is "Total retention rate".
The minimum value is 41.4 and it corresponds to "Dutch".
The maximum value is 93.9 and it corresponds to "Punjabi".

Figure 2 Rates of complete and partial retention for 22 main immigrant mother tongues, Canada, 2011, mother tongue, mother tongue
Mother tongue Complete retention rate Partial retention rate Total retention rate
Punjabi 81.4 12.5 93.9
Tamil 80.3 13.5 93.8
Urdu 76.2 16.5 92.7
Korean 79.7 13.0 92.7
Mandarin 80.4 12.1 92.5
Persian 77.0 15.1 92.0
Gujarati 71.5 18.2 89.7
Spanish 67.5 22.0 89.5
Cantonese 73.9 15.6 89.4
Vietnamese 73.6 15.1 88.7
Arabic 64.9 22.9 87.8
Russian 69.3 17.1 86.4
Tagalog 63.0 22.6 85.6
Chinese, n.o.s. 71.6 13.4 85.0
Hindi 59.7 25.0 84.7
Greek 50.4 32.2 82.6
Portuguese 51.1 27.3 78.4
Polish 52.9 23.3 76.3
Italian 39.1 28.7 67.8
German 34.6 22.6 57.3
Ukrainian 25.9 21.3 47.2
Dutch 15.2 26.2 41.4
Note: N.o.s. means 'not otherwise specified'
Source: Statistics Canada, Census of Population, 2011.

Figure 2 Rates of complete and partial retention for 22 main immigrant mother tongues, Canada, 2011