What's strange with that? Greek culture is one with the longest lasting continuity & writing next to Chinese, their culture is the source and foundation of many others, the science & democracy are Greek concepts. Are you a cave dweller? They actually have every right to feel at least slightly superior as far as their cultural heritage & influence is concerned. By no means I do advocate though xenophoby & violence performed in the name of it.Those numbers on gay marriage aren't as bad as I thought they'd be, pleasantly surprised actually. The numbers on accepting muslims as members of the family is disappointing, especially in the UK and Germany :help:
89% of Greeks thinking their culture is superior to others :spit: I can only really understand Norwegians thinking that h:
Why? I think it's not that wise to compare cultures, but by some conventional standards Greeks have undoubtedly superior culture to most others.89% of Greeks thinking their culture is superior to others :spit: I can only really understand Norwegians thinking that h:
This map looks skewed. France certainly isn't nr1. There are much more less religious countries in Europe like Czechia, Sweden or Estonia.My favorite one :x
Percentage of people in various European countries who said: "I don't believe there is any sort of spirit, God or life force." (2010)
here are the figures for this map:That is a terrible map. It'd be much easier to read if they put the percentages directly on the countries like in OP's maps. I've also read multiple times Estonia is over 50% irreligious.
Armenians first association with Muslims is Turks. Turkish people are responsible for Armenian Genocide - 1,5 million of people.% of young adults that oppose to gay marriage: Georgia (95%) and Armenia (95%). No words.
% of people who would accept a muslim relative: Georgia (17%) and Armenia (7%). Sad.
% of people who believe their culture is better than others: Georgia (85%) and Armenia (74%). No words.