Figure 3
Proportion of the population who speak their Aboriginal mother tongue most often or regularly at home, by the proportion of the Aboriginal mother-tongue population in the census subdivision (CSD) of residence, Canada, 2011

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The title of the graph is "Figure 3 Proportion of the population who speak their Aboriginal mother tongue most often or regularly at home, by the proportion of the Aboriginal mother-tongue population in the census subdivision (CSD) of residence, Canada, 2011."
This is a stacked column chart.
There are in total 3 categories in the horizontal axis. The vertical axis starts at 0 and ends at 100 with ticks every 10 points.
There are 2 series in this graph.
The vertical axis is "percentage."
The horizontal axis is "proportion of the Aboriginal mother-tongue population in the CSD of residence."
The title of series 1 is "Mother tongue spoken most often at home."
The minimum value is 27.7 and it corresponds to "Low."
The maximum value is 86.5 and it corresponds to "High."
The title of series 2 is "Mother tongue spoken on a regular basis at home."
The minimum value is 10.3 and it corresponds to "High."
The maximum value is 35.3 and it corresponds to "Low."

Figure 3 Proportion of the population who speak their Aboriginal mother tongue most often or regularly at home, by the proportion of the Aboriginal mother-tongue population in the census subdivision (CSD) of residence, Canada, 2011
  Mother tongue spoken most often at home Mother tongue spoken on a regular basis at home
LowFootnote 1 27.7 35.3
MediumFootnote 2 47.3 34.5
HighFootnote 3 86.5 10.3

Source: Statistics Canada, Census of Population, 2011.

Figure 3 Proportion of the population who speak their Aboriginal mother tongue most often or regularly at home, by the proportion of the Aboriginal mother-tongue population in the census subdivision (CSD) of residence, Canada, 2011

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