/ What do Polish people think of the USA
in every country most of the others don't know much about others cultures, so what?
Point is educated Americans seems to have less general knowledge then their average counterparts in Poland for example.
Does it really matters kid?
yeah, but the USA is a first world country, rich and developed. One would assume their education level is higher than that of a poorer country. Yet you have some articles like:
"37% of Americans can't locate the U.S on a world map - Are American schools failing?
Yes, you read the title correctly. An entire 37% of Americans cannot identify the United States on a world map. When asked to reveal the identity of the giant America-shaped landmass found on the map, several of those polled were decidedly varied in their answers. Some people guessed Iraq, others guessed Asia, while the majority agreed with one participant. Shirley Matheson, a part-time Arby's employee residing in Dayton, Ohio, said "I live in the U.S.A., so why would I need to know where America is? Or the United States for that matter?"
Do you think American schools are failing?"
I am sorry, but if THIRTY SEVEN percent of a country's population can locate their country on a map, what can you expect fro mthe country?