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2012 West Virginia Mapping LEP Populations in Your Community - Number by Judicial District

State or Territory
Year
2012
Map Level
judicial district
Population Count Type
number
Text Version

Description of WV judicial district LEP Maps

 

WV %LEP Map (Description)

This map illustrates the two judicial districts of West Virginia:

West Virginia North District- Pale White Shading

West Virginia South District- Pale White Shading

Each district is color shaded to indicate the percent of limited English proficient (LEP) persons in the district. We have defined LEP persons as individuals five years and over who speak a language other than English at home and who have indicated that they speak English less than very well (LVW). For each judicial district, we have also provided a pie chart that breaks down the top five languages spoken in the district (as a percentage of the total number of LEP individuals in the area) with the remaining languages in a sixth category called “Other”.

Percentages:

The colors correspond to percentage of LEP individuals in the district as follows:

  • Pale White: (<=1%)
  • Light Yellow: (>1% AND <=3%)
  • Pale Orange: (>3% AND <=5%)
  • Orange: (>5% AND <=10%)
  • Dark Orange: (>10% AND <=15%)
  • Brown: (>15% AND <=25%)
  • Dark Brown: (>25%)

 

WV Raw Count Map (Description)

This map illustrates the two judicial districts of West Virginia

West Virginia North District- Pale White Shading

West Virginia South District- Pale White Shading

Each district is color shaded to indicate the total number of limited English proficient (LEP) persons in the district. We have defined LEP persons as individuals five years and older who speak a language other than English at home and who have indicated that they speak English less than very well (LVW). For each judicial district, we have also provided a pie chart that breaks down the top five languages spoken in the district (according to the total number of each language spoken) with the remaining languages in a sixth category called “Other”.

Raw Counts:

The colors correspond to the total number of LEP individuals in the district as follows:

  • Pale White: (<=50K)
  • Light Yellow: (>50K AND <=150K)
  • Pale Orange: (>150K AND <=250K)
  • Orange: (>250K AND<=500K)
  • Dark Orange: (>500K AND <= 1M)
  • Brown: (>1M AND <=3M)
  • Dark Brown: (>3M)

The judicial districts in West Virginia are shaded to indicate either number or percent of limited English proficient (LEP) persons in the district. We have defined LEP persons as individuals five years or older who speak a language other than English at home and who have indicated that they speak English less than very well (LVW). The tables explain the raw count number and percentage of LEP persons by language spoken for each of West Virginia’s two judicial districts.

West Virginia North District

Total LEP (LVW):7,146

Language

Spanish

Chinese

Vietnamese

French

Arabic

Other

Raw Count LEP LVW

3,696

791

342

319

302

1,696

% LEP LVW

52

11

5

5

4

24

West Virginia South District

Total LEP (LVW): 5,885

Language

Spanish

Chinese

German

French

Arabic

Other

Raw Count LEP LVW

2,360

511

447

388

344

1,835

% LEP LVW

40

9

8

7

6

31