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Submitted by JustMe (United States), Feb 25, 2006 at 16:35

I have a feeling these statistics are even worse elsewhere, but I seriously doubt there are any statistics in third world countries. ( I mistakenly addressed my other comment to you.) It's easy for people to pull up all kinds of statistics on Americans because our society is pretty open. People do studies, polls, and surveys, and we have access to them. They're out there for all to see at libraries and on the internet. Just try finding facts on them.
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