Figure 2
Proportion of the population whose mother tongue is one of the ten most reported Aboriginal languages who speak their language most often or on a regular basis at home, Canada, 2011

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The title of the graph is "Figure 2 Proportion of the population whose mother tongue is one of the ten most reported Aboriginal languages who speak their language most often or on a regular basis at home, Canada, 2011."
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 10 categories in the vertical axis. The horizontal axis starts at 0 and ends at 100 with ticks every 20 points.
There are 2 series in this graph.
The horizontal axis is "percentage."
The vertical axis is "mother tongue."
The title of series 1 is "Mother tongue is spoken most often at home."
The minimum value is 28.9 and it corresponds to "Blackfoot."
The maximum value is 91.7 and it corresponds to "Atikamekw."
The title of series 2 is "Mother tongue is spoken on a regular basis at home."
The minimum value is 5.5 and it corresponds to "Atikamekw."
The maximum value is 35.2 and it corresponds to "Blackfoot."

Figure 2 Proportion of the population whose mother tongue is one of the ten most reported Aboriginal languages who speak their language most often or on a regular basis at home, Canada, 2011
Mother tongue Mother tongue is spoken most often at home Mother tongue is spoken on a regular basis at home
Atikamekw 91.7 5.5
Innu/Montagnais 88.6 6.7
Inuktitut 79.5 15.3
Dene 67.9 21.1
Stoney 65.8 19.5
Oji-Cree 65.4 24.8
Cree languages 55.2 27.0
Mi'kmaq 53.0 27.2
Ojibway 37.4 33.9
Blackfoot 28.9 35.2
Source: Statistics Canada, Census of Population, 2011.

Figure 2 Proportion of the population whose mother tongue is one of the ten most reported Aboriginal languages who speak their language most often or on a regular basis at home, Canada, 2011

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