It would depend if the comment was referring to globally or of a particular nation. If just an Arab nation, would probably be higher for instance. Globally I wouldn't doubt it, maybe higher as well. Western Europe, America, Canada, or Australia, I'd say extremely lower.
Originally Posted by Traditionalist
Funny how when one talks of trade, national borders are imaginary. When one talks of immigration, national borders are imaginary. But when one talks of expansionism and imperialism, national borders become very real.
I am Nationalist Capitalist. Labor in control of the state, with the means of production in private hands.
I am an American, "Progress" is a word used by those who make things worse. I cringe when I see it.