how can i make the sentence better
Over 95% of Puerto Ricos' population speaks Spanish and fewer than 20 % are proficient in English according to a source.
It should be Puerto Rico's, not Ricos'. You need a comma after 'Spanish' and another after 'English'. I would recommend citing the source rather than calling it 'a source'. I just substituted 'PR Chamber...'
Over 95% of Puerto Rico's population speaks Spanish, and fewer than 20% are proficient in English, according to the Puerto Rico Chamber of Commerce.
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