Aren't I unique guys...
Still, I'm very overwhelmed to see 2% of our total population uses it
Most surprising for me is Serbia. It doesn't have that much inhabitants and use (at least officially) the Cyrillic alphabet.
Also NZ, Australia, UK, France - perhaps more rugby quizzes should be featured as well!
Compare this to NBA basketball:
In large part this is likely due to the previous dominance of USA on the site. I seem to recall that they used to account for up to 60% of the traffic, not the measly 35% here, which would suggest that, since NBA is huge in america, and cricket is a non-starter, that NBA would be more popular to take quizzes on.
The issue is all the analytics stuff is done on Google Analytics, and all the takes and quiz stats are done internally on JetPunk. They're different systems that don't interact with each other.
If SA was there, Egypt would be there too.
It would also be fun to see how many 'ranked' members come from which countries, so that we can see who's putting the most hours into JetPunk :)
Very interesting results! So it seems us Brits are lacking in our creative flair, and Poles are exceeding in their usage. I guess this makes sense given we had a large influx of Polish users in 2019, and many of them would've found a lack of quizzes available, so decided to make their own. I guess the high rank of France could relate similarly.
Others after were Germany, Australia, Netherlands, New Zealand and Norway!
Your point still stands though, since Brits can't make quizzes which "don't exist in their language" since that language is already flooded with quizzes.
I feel lonely.
Todos somos biscoito
No one wanted to learn the British version.
The primary fixes were:
* call the letter Z, zee instead of zed and use it more often
* remove the unnecessary "u" in words like color
* disuse the French spelling of words like centre
Unluckilly, it wasn't the same with JetPunk
Surprised there are no Chinese users despite Chinese people being well-educated, there being a high internet usage rate in China and there being a lot of people
Maybe it was due to diversion between China and Taiwan?
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