This plot is one potential proxy measure of global interest levels in KM
It takes the number of visits to our website, http://www.knoco.com/, for each country over the past year, and divides this number by the country population. So although visits are dominated by the US in pure number terms, this plot takes account of the fact that the US is a very big place.
Denmark is highest, though this (and Hungary) may be an artefact of the recent franchise in these countries.
Second to Denmark is Australia. This doesnt really surprise me, as there is so much coming from Australia in terms of KM. Then the US, the Uk and so on.
For your interest only, but it would be good to compare data with others, so we could build up a wider more robust picture
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