When Frodo is captured by the rangers of Ithilien he notices than two of them are speaking Sindarin, which may just be down to the fact they were southern Dúnedain. But it seems that a lot of the Gondor population would have been Dúnedain: Dol Amroth was ruled by a southern Dúnadan with a Sindarin name (Prince Imrahil), and we know that the Rangers of Ithilien spoke Sindarin.
They spoke together in soft voices, at first using the common speech, but after the manner of older days, and then changing to another language of their own. To his amazement, as he listened Frodo became aware that it was the elven-tongue that they spoke, or one but little different; and he looked at them with wonder, for he knew they must be Dunedain of the south, of the line of the lords of Westernesse.
That's two large populations of Gondor that most likely speak Sindarin.
So is Gondors most spoken language actually Sindarin or another form of elven-tongue?