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Unusual Statistics: Have You Ever…? [Infographic]

Unusual Statistics: Have You Ever…? [Infographic]

5 Years Ago By Richard Darell

If you are a frequent user of Facebook, I am sure you have come across some of the funny comment questions that are ravaging the social giant. Sometimes it can become a little overwhelming, but for the most part, they are kind of fun. If you have no clue what I am talking about then just let me explain. It’s simple really. All you do is come up with a funny half sentence and then let all your friends and subscribers fill in what should go at the end of it. It might sound really boring, but some of the answers are actually quite funny. Well, if you have a lot to do, this is of course nothing you should spend your time with.

The company Hunch Inc. has taken the whole thing a little farther though. They took this simple idea and asked their users, some 80 million of them, a few question that all started with “Have you ever…” If you think these questions were the usual bunch, you are wrong. They were all unusual for one and the same infographic, and when looking at the data derived from these questions, you quickly start to see that the world is not as random as you thought it was.

What I mean is that more people than you think have, for example, won more than $100 on a contest and so forth. This infographic has to be the most random one I have ever written about. However, I found it intriguing since it had such a broad spectrum. I mean, usually an infographic stays within a certain topic, but this one asks the questions that some of us really want to be asked but never are. It’s especially interesting that the data is derived from over 80 million users who shared a bit of their own lives in order to answer these questions. Now that I think about it, I don’t think I have ever written about an infographic with such an extensive demographic either. Intriguing!

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Via: [Daily Infographic]

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