Top Five Countries By Category #3

Can you name the top five countries in each of these categories?
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Last updated: August 12, 2020
First submittedOctober 15, 2014
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Most Muslims
Indonesia
Pakistan
India
Bangladesh
Nigeria
 
Most 7.5 Earthquakes
Since 1900
Indonesia
Chile
United States
Japan
Peru
 
Highest Murder Rate
El Salvador
Jamaica
Venezuela
Honduras
Lesotho
 
Government Foreign Aid
(Donated, % of GDP)
Sweden
United Arab Emirates
Norway
Luxembourg
Denmark
Most Michelin Stars
France
Japan
Italy
Germany
Spain
 
Most Grand Slam Titles
(Tennis)
United States
Australia
Spain
Germany
Switzerland
 
Highest Suicide Rate
Guyana
Lesotho
Russia
Lithuania
Suriname
 
Government Foreign Aid
(Received, Total)
Syria
Yemen
Ethiopia
Afghanistan
Nigeria
Most Tropical Rainforest
Indonesia
Brazil
Colombia
Peru
D.R. Congo
 
Most Forbes 2000
Headquarters
United States
China
Japan
Germany
United Kingdom
 
McDonalds Locations
United States
Japan
China
Germany
Canada
 
Starbucks per Capita
Canada
United States
Kuwait
South Korea
United Kingdom
Densest Road Network
Monaco
Marshall Islands
Malta
Bahrain
Belgium
 
Highest % Forest Loss
1990-2015
Togo
Nigeria
Uganda
Myanmar
Tanzania
 
Highest Fertility Rate
Niger
Somalia
D.R. Congo
Mali
Chad
 
Lowest Fertility Rate
Singapore
Taiwan
South Korea
Bosnia and Herzegovina
(3 countries tied)
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Level 51
Jun 14, 2015
Very nice quiz!
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Level 46
Jan 6, 2017
I love these quizzes as they challenge me so much and i end up naming random countries!
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Level 84
Jul 10, 2017
Nice quiz! I enjoy these top 5 quizzes!
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Level 83
Jan 12, 2018
It's kind of amazing that in this many diverse categories, Russia, a really big country, isn't in the top 5 of any of them!
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Level 82
Aug 20, 2020
Russia appears in the top 5 of one list now, but it is not a desirable category.
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Level 74
Jan 13, 2018
How is Vatican City not at the top of "lowest fertility rates"? Is there something going on there we don't know about?
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Level 69
Jan 13, 2018
You beat me to it. I assume they are excluded, otherwise I fail to see how a few hundred/thousand people who are celibate can ehhh procreate lol.
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Level 60
Jan 13, 2018
Both the recent age and the overall number should be 0 anyway. Why is the Vatican not there
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Level ∞
Jan 14, 2018
Fertility rate is defined as children per woman. There actually are woman in the Vatican, and they aren't all nuns. Being devoutly Catholic, it's quite likely they have a decently high fertility rate.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Women_in_Vatican_City

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Level 72
Jan 14, 2018
I'm guessing that maybe because there's not an actual birthing center *in* the Vatican, any Vaticanian (yes, I totally made up that demonym) woman squirting out a rug rat is doing so in a hospital in Rome, and thus the birth is being credited to Italy. Alternatively (or possibly simultaneously), I suspect that nobody actually has *only* Vatican citizenship, so any Vatican resident would be passing on their more-useful citizenship to their offspring, and therefore giving the birth statistic addition to said country. Just wildly theorizing here.
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Level 58
Mar 23, 2018
There are a few organizations that keep track of international fertility rates and most or all of them exclude Vatican City.
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Level 55
Sep 26, 2020
Quizmaster, I've actually been to the Vatican City twice. Even the highest ranking nuns don't live in Vatican City. The Vatican City doesn't have regular citizens aside from the Pope and the other clergy who live there.
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Level 71
Jan 15, 2018
Wow, the suicide one was unexpected. I expected it to be entirely E. European/E. Asian countries, but it was a completely mixed bag of countries I absolutely didn't expect to see.
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Level 49
Mar 23, 2018
I guessed former Yugoslavian places. Slovenia had problems with suicide during the time they were communist. Same thing with Croatia. But I guess now they are happier, as at least Slovenia is doing much better. I also guessed a few other countries that werent there.
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Level 84
Jan 16, 2018
Regarding the Grand Slams question, If you're going by the stats in this quiz: https://www.jetpunk.com/user-quizzes/107642/countries-with-most-grand-slam-titles-in-tennis Note that Switzerland has surpassed Sweden for the fifth place, although the order hasn't been corrected in there. Further proof: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_Grand_Slam_singles_champions_by_country#_Sweden
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Level ∞
Jan 16, 2018
Fixed
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Level 80
Jan 17, 2018
So you're the one that got this quiz reset. Please don't do that again.
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Level 80
Jan 20, 2018
Unfortunately, here in Belgium, we have so many roads that we can't maintain them...
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Level 80
Feb 9, 2018
Measuring foreign aid as a % of GDP is kind of silly... no country on Earth gives a substantial amount of its GDP to foreign aid. It's the difference between 0.9% or 0.7% or other negligible percentages that differentiate the "top" donors. And most of those that come out on top this way (minus a few outliers) are small countries with small economies with few budgetary responsibilities such that giving half a percent of their GDP to foreign aid really doesn't amount to much.
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Level 72
Mar 18, 2018
Well the difference amongst OECD Development Assistance Committee members spans the 0.09% given by Poland to the 1.36% given by Sweden, which I would hardly call negligible. Nor would I call the amount given by Sweden - $7.09 billion - negligible. For comparative purposes, the US gives $31 billion, the EU as a whole $92 billion and China (not a DAC member) about $38 billion. Your point may be true of say, Luxembourg, but other major givers near the top end in percentage terms - such as the Netherlands, the UAE and the UK - are hardly giving negligible sums.
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Level 80
Mar 23, 2018
Though the difference between 1st (1.36%) and last (0.09%) is indeed still negligible, because 1.36% is still negligible (and by the way the figures you are quoting are % of GNI not GDP), I was really more focused on the difference between 5th and 6th, or 5th and 10th, which is even more insignificant. Also, Luxembourg is the best example of the description I was giving, but of the top 5 countries listed all of them have a population smaller than Chicago. And Luxembourg has a population less than Toledo's.
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Level 61
Jun 11, 2020
So, Kalbahamut, you seem like a smart person. Did you vote for or against Donald Trump? I want to get this clear.
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Level 73
Mar 23, 2018
What's a Michelin star? A quality rating of their tires?
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Level 49
Mar 23, 2018
I have no idea. I got countries on that by guessing LMAO
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Level 80
Mar 23, 2018
It has to do with quality restaurants. The Michelin tire company began publishing its Michelin Guide in the early 20th century. The guide listed points of interest and things that were worth driving to, including good restaurants. It was meant to increase demand for cars and, by extension, tires. The original criteria was basically.. a 1 star restaurant was worth stopping at if it was on your way, a 2 star restaurant was worth a detour, and a 3 star restaurant was worth a special trip by itself.
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Level 78
Mar 23, 2018
Yes, it's considered one of the highest awards a chef can receive. France and Japan have the most, and there are currently 14 three-star restaurants in the US, all in San Francisco, New York, and Chicago. Until your reply, Kalba, I never realized it was the tire company who bestowed them. Makes sense, though. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_Michelin_3-star_restaurants
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Level 75
Dec 10, 2018
I'll also add that the Michelin guide was originally published to promote road tripping, not just places to drive to. Driving cross country is a great way to wear down tires and have to buy new ones :P Also, active Michelin reviewers are "famously anonymous;" they make reservations with fake names, sometimes wear disguises, and have cover stories to tell acquaintances to keep their real job a secret. This way they don't get special treatment and can test a restaurant's consistency over the years.
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Level 37
Mar 24, 2018
Country Suicide Rate Rank Sri Lanka 35.3 suicides per 100k 1 Lithuania 32.7 suicides per 100k 2 Guyana 29 suicides per 100k 3 South Korea 28.3 suicides per 100k 4 Mongolia 28.3 suicides per 100k 5 the suicide list is totally wrong
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Level 63
Jul 2, 2019
Not that I'm complaining but I get 5 points for getting only 81%?
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Level 51
Aug 9, 2019
Suprised Vatican City is not in lowest fertility rate top five...
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Level 57
Nov 3, 2019
Africa is going to experience a staggering increase in its population over the next 30 years. Nigeria is expected to double its population of over 200 million people by the year 2050.
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Level 28
Aug 11, 2020
Poland has the lowest fertility rate?? Never would've guessed that...
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Level 78
Aug 13, 2020
Now I understand why it's been so difficult unloading my time share in El Salvador.
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Level 83
Aug 13, 2020
I've driven in both Singapore (not on the list) and Malta, and it certainly seemed to me that Singapore's road network is denser than Malta's. And both seem denser than Bahrain, whose southern half is very barren and desert-y.
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Level 63
Aug 14, 2020
I thought that too - I don't remember Malta being particularly 'roady'