What the World Would Look Like If Countries Were As Big As Their Online Populations
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USA, Korea, Japan, and UK are bigger than I thought; Canada is smaller than I thought.
Brazil and China are about what I thought.
Countries near saturation: Canada, UK, Germany, Switzerland, Netherlands, Denmark, Norway, Sweden, Korea, Qatar, and New Zealand.
Not coincidentally many of the richest nations in the world.
Europe has the best percent penetration of any continent.
Canada makes the US look like it's having a bad hair day. People tend to forget how small Canada's population is in relation to its geographical size.
Cuba, however, is probably still too big. I've lived there recently, and I go back regularly to visit family. Internet access there is rare, and the speeds are usually 1995 dial-up modem slow. It's got one of the lowest internet penetration rates in the world.