Exploring a new country and immersing yourself in the local culture is a fantastic way of learning about the world. Unfortunately, many Americans have never had the opportunity —one in four has never left the country, and 63% don’t have a valid passport.
From the huge expense to trouble getting time off, traveling is not always an option. Instead, asking questions is a great way to find out anything you want to know about another country and its culture. Whether you’re pondering the politics of Peru or querying the currency in Cambodia, most people that want to find something out quickly will turn to Google Search, which dominates the search engine market with an 87% share of users.
With this in mind, the team at CashNetUSA analyzed the most common Google Search queries made in the U.S. to find outwhat Americans want to know the most about every country in the world.
They found that America’s most common question about Hungary: “Why does Hungary not use the euro?”
Here are the results regarding Europe:
It is time.
The forint is finished.
Sadly we must go Euro.
Many forces inside & out of Hungary at present effecting the value of the forint.
I do not think Hungary the situation it finds itself at this time, that we will for time, be Financially sound as a country and our times will get harder.
When people lose confidence in a currency, a positive step by the government would to change it (to the Euro).
Changing the currency is just one a few tools a govenment has to try and control high inflation.