Also, the fertility rate question has some problems. Check out any of these sources: Statista, World Population Review, World Bank, Eurostat, Statistic Times, even the CIA World factbook that is quoted in another comment has Japan lower than Romania (https://www.cia.gov/the-world-factbook/field/total-fertility-rate/country-comparison) as of the time of this comment (January 24 2021). Seeing as how the quiz is featured now, and this has been pointed out several times already as an inaccuracy, this should be addressed.
while i understand that might not be your intention, after reading quite a few of these comments on country quizzes someone could get the impression you're overgeneralising or objectifying half the population of an entire country and making that your one verdict on the entire nation.
The original comment is not overgeneralizing. Read it. It's not even a generalization. It's a statement of fact. An observation. If I say Paris is home to many of the best restaurants in France, this is not a generalization. It doesn't mean you can't find bad restaurants in Paris. I'm also not objectifying anyone or rendering verdicts on nations. You're using moralist clichés that don't apply.
First of all, how is this about Romania?
Second, who told u there are only 4? There are a lot more.
CIA Factbook (2021) puts Romania at 217/227, with the latter number being the lowest. That said, some of the entities in this list are not technically "countries." If we include only countries, then we get:
-Japan (which is actually the most famous for low
-Bosnia and Herzegovina
-Taiwan (and I personally do feel very strongly that Taiwan is a country)
Thanks for the quiz!
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