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What is worldometer?

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Worldometer, formerly Worldometers, is a reference website that provides counters and real-time statistics for diverse topics. It is owned and operated by a data company Dadax which generates revenue through online advertising.

Why has worldometer been criticized?

Worldometer has faced criticism over transparency of ownership, lack of citations to data sources, and unreliability of its COVID-19 statistics and rankings. In April 2020, editors of the English Wikipedia decided that Worldometers COVID-19 figures are often unreliable and should not be cited in any pages related to the pandemic.

What is the most popular country for Worldometers?

A plurality (25.8%) of visitors came from the United States, followed by India (8.67%), the United Kingdom (6.6%), Canada (5.18%), Germany (3.13%), Australia (2.49%), Poland (2.18%), France (1.73%), Turkey (1.66%), and Brazil (1.65%). ^ a b FAQ: Is it Worldometer or Worldometers (with a final s)?. Worldometer. Retrieved March 25, 2020.

What is the most popular country in the world to visit?

A plurality (25.8%) of visitors came from the United States, followed by India (8.67%), the United Kingdom (6.6%), Canada (5.18%), Germany (3.13%), Australia (2.49%), Poland (2.18%), France (1.73%), Turkey (1.66%), and Brazil (1.65%). ^ a b FAQ: Is it Worldometer or Worldometers (with a final s)?. Worldometer.

How many countries in the world have the most people?

More than half of the world’s people live in just 10 countries, the most populous countries on Earth. China is the most populous country on Earth.

What is worldometer?

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Worldometer, formerly Worldometers, is a reference website that provides counters and real-time statistics for diverse topics. It is owned and operated by a data company Dadax which generates revenue through online advertising.

Why has worldometer been criticized?

Worldometer has faced criticism over transparency of ownership, lack of citations to data sources, and unreliability of its COVID-19 statistics and rankings. In April 2020, editors of the English Wikipedia decided that Worldometers COVID-19 figures are often unreliable and should not be cited in any pages related to the pandemic.

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