Question: What is the second official language of Finland?

Question: What is the second official language of Finland?

Swedish
English
Russian
Estonian

Although almost 90% of Finland’s population speaks Finnish as their native tongue, more than 5% of the population speaks Swedish as a first language. Swedish speakers are mainly found on the southern and western coasts and in the Finnish province of Åland — an island in the Baltic Sea between Finland and Sweden — where over 92% of residents speak Swedish as their native language.

The Answer: The correct answer is Swedish.

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