One third of people who traveled to Europe last year couldn’t place the country they visited on a map.
That’s mighty impressive.
British Airways Holidays have made travellers look like chumps – the full story elaborates a little more, but basically, 10% of people who visited Ireland thought it was in the UK on a map.
12% thought Cyprus was Greece, 12% thought Spain was France – and those are only the most popular incorrect choices.
In fact, overall, 53% of the people who went to Cyprus missed the mark when it came to pointing it out on the map – 30% more than admitted they’d have trouble.
So, we’re bad at Geography, and think we’re good at it. Bad times.
Found on: 72point Digital Hub
Designed by: Drench
Commissioned by: British Airways Holidays
Researched by: OnePoll