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Answers to the Geo-Quiz

By Martin W. Lewis | April 9, 2013 | 6 Comments

As predicted, the quiz proved difficult, based on the answers provided by those brave readers who gave it a try. The actual answers are as follows:
1. Reliability of Police Services (“To what extent can police services be relied upon to enforce law and order in your country?”)  MAP F
2. Hotel Rooms (Number of hotel rooms per 100 population, 2011 or …

A Fiendishly Difficult Geo-Quiz

By Martin W. Lewis | April 6, 2013 | 10 Comments

After mapping a number of the indicators found in the World Economic Forum’s Travel and Tourism Competitiveness Report, I realized that the results could make a particularly challenging geo-quiz. Many of the results seemed surprising to me, and as a result I am not sure if I would have done very well on the quiz.
At any rate, I have included …

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