Participants in the study conducted by the Academy of Knowledge from around the world were asked to indicate the countries mentioned by the interviewers on an interactive map. Based on their answers The twenty most difficult places were ranked for the study participants. Poland is included in the list, but our country’s recognition seems high – 43% had trouble referring to Poland. People participating in the studyWhich placed our country in only 15th place on the list of the least connected countries.
Indonesia topped the rankingThat was not able to indicate 83 percent. Among those surveyed, Vietnam ranked second, with an 81 percent problem. Bangladesh ranked third in the ranking, with 78% unable to find it. Respondents, and the fourth – Ukraine, whose recognition was a problem for 73 percent. People participating in the study. They find themselves in the top ten most difficult to locate countries Also: Peru (69%), Uzbekistan (68%), Japan (62%), Saudi Arabia (61%), Morocco (57%) and Canada (53%).
It ranked the following places on this list: Angola (52%), Madagascar (50%), Burma (49%), Australia (46%), Poland (43%), Nepal (42%), Algeria (37%)) and France. (33%), Ghana (31%) and Germany (29%). This means that Among the twenty countries, Poland ranks second after five in terms of recognition Germany, Ghana, France, Algeria, and Nepal.
The survey participants, who were people from different countries of the world, were asked if they had visited any of the mentioned countries. More than half (57%) answered yes.
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