Gilani’s Gallopedia©

 Gallopedia

From Gilani Research Foundation                    June 2020, Issue # 642*

Compiled on a weekly basis since January 2007

Gilani’s Gallopedia is a weekly Digest of Opinions in a globalized world

This issue scores 57 out of 100 on Gilani-Gallopedia's Globality Index, showing coverage of world population, and 71 out of 100 on the world income (prosperity) Index. Click for Details

Contact Details: Asra Malik

Research Executive, Gallup Pakistan

This WEEKLY REPORT consists of 22 national & multi country surveys 6 polling organizations have been represented.

Asia:

India(Health), Singapore(Health), Egypt(Consumer Confidence) – 03 national polls

Euro Americas:

Italy(Health), Spain(Lifestyle), Norway(Lifestyle), UK(Investments, Education, Lifestyle, Lifestyle, Employment Issues), Canada(Bi-lateral Relations), USA(International Organizations, Employment Issues, Ethnicity, Immigration, Well-Being, Health, Education), Australia(Consumer Protection) – 17 national polls

Multi-Country Studies:

YouGov – 08 Countries (Perceptions on Performance), Ipsos MORI – 16 Countries(Health) – 02 polls

Topic of the Week:

80% of Spaniards claim to have enjoyed their home despite confinement 

Big Data Analytics:

COVID-19: Gilani-Gallopedia Computation of Deaths Per Million of Population

Gilani-Gallopedia Globality Index

      ASIA AND MENA Regions

*      CENTRAL ASIA:

642-01  Indians fear levels are increasing as India re-opens (Click for Details)

(India) As India starts the process of re-starting the economy with ‘Unlock 1’, data from YouGov’s ongoing Covid-19 tracker shows an increasing number of urban Indians are worried about losing their jobs due to the Coronavirus outbreak. According to the tracker, 45% Indians said they were very or fairly worried about job loss when we first surveyed them in early May. This coincides with the time of ‘Lockdown 3.0’ in India. As the lockdown moved into its fourth edition, the fear levels intensified, and towards the end of ‘Lockdown 4.0’ and beginning of ‘Unlock 1’, 54% respondents said they are very or fairly worried about losing their jobs. This is a total of 9% points increase over a period of four weeks. The figure is much higher among people in their thirties, with 62% of them feeling insecure about their jobs. (YouGov)

June 10, 2020

4.11 Society » Health

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642-02 Singaporeans divided on tracking token (Click for Details)

(Singapore) Latest YouGov data reveals what Singaporeans think about the token, and of the nation being the first in the world the world to roll out a wearable device to track COVID-19. With an online petition gathering over 50,000 signatures so far, the tracking token appears to be quite a polarising topic. In spite of the government reiterating that the token will not track one’s location, Singaporeans remain divided on the issue. Over half (57%) are willing and the under half (43%) are unwilling to wear / carry a tracking token. Looking at the degree to which Singaporeans are willing, one in five (18%) are very willing, two in five (39%) are somewhat willing, a quarter (26%) are somewhat unwilling and one in six (17%) are very unwilling. (YouGov)

June 18, 2020

4.11 Society » Health

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*      MENA:

642-03 Talaat Moustafa Group’s controversial advertisement leads to uplifts in brand perception (Click for Details)

(Egypt) Despite receiving backlash on social media, the overall sentiment around the brand has improved following the launch of its new commercial. Community real estate developer Talaat Moustafa Group (TMG) Holding has recently provoked public outcry in Egypt, with the launch of their Madinaty TV commercial in May. The three-minute video, released at the beginning of the Holy month of Ramadan, features short clips focussing on residents highlighting their favourite things about living in Madinaty - a gated community in New Cairo. Critics immediately accused the advert of being insensitive and social media was flooded with memes and comments calling out the provocative theme of class segregation. (YouGov)

June 09, 2020

3.2 Economy » Consumer Confidence/Protection

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EURO-AMERICA Regions

*      EUROPE

642-04  34% of Italians want to undergo the serological test (Click for Details)

(Italy) More than one in 10 people in Italy suspect they have contracted Covid-19, but for these people there has not been a certain diagnosis. Today, as the emergency subsides, many would like to dispel any doubts with a serological test. The serological tests are now available to the public and allow you to detect infection by Covid-19 contracted in the past through the detection of antibodies in the blood. Several researches, official and not  suspect for months an underestimation of Coronavirus cases all over the world, including Italy: the individual experience of people confirms this. 12% of Italians today think they have contracted the virus. (YouGov)

June 10, 2020

4.11 Society » Health

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642-05  80% of Spaniards claim to have enjoyed their home despite confinement (Click for Details)

(Spain) According to a study carried out by YouGov for the ManoMano marketplace, Spaniards have focused their household chores on organization, order and DIY. 32% of the respondents indicate that they prefer to exercise caution and get together with their family and friends at home. The study is published on the occasion of World DIY Day on May 24, and shows how the Spanish have made their home a more welcoming place during the quarantine. The order and organization have been the main activity as confirmed by the 72% of respondents. 31% have also been encouraged with DIY and have carried out small reforms, repairs, painted the walls, etc. And there are also 27% who have done DIY work (crafts, tutorials, ...) and 21% who have dedicated themselves to gardening and caring for plants. (YouGov)

May 26, 2020

4.7 Society » Morality, Values & Customs / Lifestyle

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642-06  How will Norwegians change behavior on the other side of the corona pandemic? (Click for Details)  

(Norway) What happens when the coronary pandemic is over? We have taken a closer look at how consumers view the future. The corona pandemic has created changing and new consumption patterns, but when the pandemic is over will the Norwegians' behavior be the same as before or will they have changed? We have asked Norwegians how they view the future. Every third Norwegian does not believe that their behavior will have changed as a result of the coronavirus. Especially men are of this opinion (37% versus 26% of women). However, a larger proportion of Norwegians (44%) disagree and believe that their behavior will be different in the future. In general, many will support local businesses more, spend less cash and buy more environmentally friendly products. (YouGov)

June 16, 2020

4.7 Society » Morality, Values & Customs / Lifestyle

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642-07  Half of marketing decision-makers spending less money due to coronavirus (Click for Details)

(UK) Kraft Heinz and Procter & Gamble recently indicated that they might increase their respective marketing spends in an attempt to build “momentum” and invest in their brands during the COVID-19 lockdown. At a time of widespread cost-cutting, job losses and reduced economic activity, it’s an approach that might be considered unorthodox – especially given global budget cuts that occurred as recently as August 2019. Data from YouGov Business Omnibus suggests that firms which are increasing their marketing outlay are the exception rather than the rule. In a recent poll of marketing decision-makers, half (50%) said their spend had decreased with a third (35%) saying they were spending “much less”. Only 13% are paying for more marketing and advertising. (YouGov)

June 08, 2020

3.8 Economy » Enterprise/ Investments

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642-08  How are parents coping with home schooling? (Click for Details)

(UK) Two thirds of parents who are home schooling children during the coronavirus lockdown are struggling to maintain discipline and motivation. Reception and year one and six pupils returned to school last week, and YouGov data suggests parents may have a new-found appreciation for the teaching profession. Nearly three quarters of parents with school-age children (73%) have spent time home schooling their kids during the coronavirus outbreak. Among this group, two thirds said keeping their children disciplined and motivated was very (26%) or fairly (39%) hard. The second most cited challenge was finding enough time, with half of home schooling parents saying it has been very (17%) or fairly (31%) hard. (YouGov)

June 08, 2020

4.10 Society » Education

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642-09  A third of Brits want tighter rules on video game gambling (Click for Details)

(UK) Many Britons stuck inside on lockdown are turning to video games to keep themselves and their children entertained. Many of these games allow players to use real money to buy virtual items, or even to play games of chance for virtual rewards. New YouGov research shows that most Brits want to see changes in the law to protect gamers from what is, essentially, a form of gambling. The “Loot Box” system, which is used in many popular games such as Fifa and Fortnite as well as free-to-play mobile games, awards the player a random in-game reward. These loot boxes are often brought with in-game currencies paid for with real money – and half (56%) of Brits think that makes them a type of gambling. (YouGov)

June 12, 2020

4.7 Society » Morality, Values & Customs / Lifestyle

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642-10  Will Britons flock back to high street? (Click for Details)

(UK) Today is a major milestone on the long road back to normality for the UK, as non-essential shops open their doors for the first time since March 23rd. But with the COVID-19 pandemic still present, will shoppers be willing to return to shopping in person? Of the high street shops opening today, clothing stores are the place Brits will feel most comfortable returning (40%). But this is some way off garden centres (64%) which opened on the 13th of May. These take the top spot as the place Brits are most comfortable returning to, possibly due to their open-aired nature. Another two fifths (40%) of Brits say they would also be comfortable returning to indoor shopping centres and malls, with 9% very comfortable doing so – however half (50%) of Brits say they wouldn’t be comfortable heading into their local indoor shopping centre just yet. (YouGov)

June 14, 2020

4.7 Society » Morality, Values & Customs / Lifestyle

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642-11  Over a fifth of key workers lose income if they self-isolate (Click for Details)

(UK) New YouGov data shows that 22% of key workers face some reduction in their income if they self-isolate. This includes 6% who don’t get paid at all, while 11% receive statutory sick pay (Ł95.85 per week). Additionally, 5% receive more than statutory sick pay but less than their normal salary. Close to a fifth (18%) of critical workers also miss out on pay if they have to shield due to being in a high-risk group, including 7% who receive no income at all. The actual numbers could be higher as over a fifth (22%) are uncertain.  Nearly half of essential workers in sectors like delivery, transport and food (47%) report that they would miss out on income if they were to self-isolate. (YouGov)

June 11, 2020

3.3 Economy » Employment Issues

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*      NORTH AMERICA

642-12  Canada's support for Israel in the spotlight ahead of key UN vote (Click for Details)

(Canada) As Canada vies for UNSC seat, new survey shows 74 percent of its citizens want country to oppose Israel annexation plan. Most Canadians want Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's government to oppose Israel's illegal plans to annex parts of the occupied West Bank, according to a new poll released ahead of a vote on Canada's bid for a seat on the United Nations Security Council (UNSC). The poll, conducted by EKOS Research Associates and published on Tuesday, showed that three out of four Canadians want their government to express opposition to Israeli annexation in some form, while 42 percent supported the use of economic or diplomatic sanctions against Israel. (Al Jazeera)

June 17, 2020

2.12 Foreign Affairs and Security » Bi/Tri-lateral Relations

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642-13  Americans’ views on World Health Organization split along partisan lines as Trump calls for U.S. to withdraw (Click for Details)

(USA) The World Health Organization, a specialized agency of the United Nations, has historically served several public health functions, including fighting communicable and non-communicable diseases. It has played a high-profile role in addressing the global spread of the coronavirus, which it characterized as a pandemic in early March. But in mid-April, U.S. President Donald Trump ordered his administration to halt U.S. funding of the organization, accusing it of making a series of consequential mistakes in its handling of COVID-19. On May 29, Trump announced that he would seek to terminate the country’s relationship with the WHO completely and redirect funds toward other world public health needs. Amid scrutiny of the WHO, here are key facts about the organization and how Americans see it. (Pew Research Center)

June 11, 2020

2.8 Foreign Affairs & Security » International / Regional Organizations

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642-14  Unemployment rose higher in three months of COVID-19 than it did in two years of the Great Recession (Click for Details)

https://www.pewresearch.org/wp-content/uploads/2020/06/FT_20.06.11_Unemployment.jpg(USA) The COVID-19 outbreak and the economic downturn it engendered swelled the ranks of unemployed Americans by more than 14 million, from 6.2 million in February to 20.5 million in May 2020. As a result, the U.S. unemployment rate shot up from 3.8% in February – among the lowest on record in the post-World War II era – to 13.0% in May. That rate was the era’s second highest, trailing only the level reached in April (14.4%). The rise in the number of unemployed workers due to COVID-19 is substantially greater than the increase due to the Great Recession, when the number unemployed increased by 8.8 million from the end of 2007 to the beginning of 2010. The Great Recession, which officially lasted from December 2007 to June 2009, pushed the unemployment rate to a peak of 10.6% in January 2010, considerably less than the rate currently, according to a new Pew Research Center analysis of government data. (Pew Research Center)

June 11, 2020

3.3 Economy » Employment Issues

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642-15  #BlackLivesMatter surges on Twitter after George Floyd’s death (Click for Details)

(USA) As nationwide protests continue over police brutality and the death of George Floyd, the #BlackLivesMatter hashtag, which is often used in connection with police-related deaths of black Americans, has been used roughly 47.8 million times on Twitter – an average of just under 3.7 million times per day – from May 26 to June 7, according to a new Pew Research Center analysis of publicly available tweets. Public reactions to the death of Floyd – an unarmed black man – on May 25 while in the custody of Minneapolis police emerged quickly on Twitter. There were roughly 218,000 tweets containing the #BlackLivesMatter hashtag the day after his death, when the first bystander video was posted online. Once protests began in Minneapolis and spread across the country and around the world, daily use of the hashtag passed 1 million on May 27. (Pew Research Center)

June 10, 2020

4.3 Society » Ethnicity

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642-16  A majority of Americans say immigrants mostly fill jobs U.S. citizens do not want (Click for Details)

(USA) Americans generally agree that immigrants – whether undocumented or living legally in the country – mostly do not work in jobs that U.S. citizens want, with a majority saying so across racial and ethnic groups and among both political parties. This is particularly true when it comes to undocumented immigrants. About three-quarters of adults (77%) say undocumented immigrants mostly fill jobs U.S. citizens do not want, while 21% say undocumented immigrants fill jobs U.S. citizens would like to have, according to a Pew Research Center survey conducted April 29 to May 5. Hispanics (88%) are most likely to say undocumented immigrants mostly fill jobs U.S. citizens do not want, with more Hispanic immigrants than U.S.-born Hispanics saying so (94% vs. 82%). By comparison, similar shares of white (75%) and black (71%) adults say the same. (Pew Research Center)

June 10, 2020

4.8 Society » Immigration/Refugees

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642-17  Hispanic women, immigrants, young adults, those with less education hit hardest by COVID-19 job losses (Click for Details)

(USA) The economic downturn caused by the COVID-19 outbreak has been unsparing in its impact on the U.S. labor market. The number of employed workers fell by 24.7 million from February to April 2020 as the outbreak shuttered many parts of the economy. With the easing of government-mandated closures in recent weeks, employment picked up by 4.1 million from April to May. But overall, job losses remain sizable, with employment decreasing by 20.6 million (or 13%) from February to May. The downturn has affected some Americans more than others, particularly Hispanic women, immigrants, young adults and those with less education. The decrease in employment in the first three months of the COVID-19 recession is more than double the decrease effected by the Great Recession over two years. From the end of 2007 to the end of 2009, U.S. employment fell by 8.0 million, or 5%. (Pew Research Center)

June 09, 2020

3.1 Economy » Perceptions on Performance/ Well-Being

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642-18  Amid Slow Return to Workplaces, COVID-19 Precautions Abound (Click for Details)

(USA) As state economies across the U.S. are gradually reopening, workers are slowly returning to their workplaces, yet it is far from business as usual for most. Majorities of workers whose workplaces have employees on-site report that their employers are taking precautions to keep people from catching or spreading the coronavirus. These safeguards include new or more frequent cleaning procedures at work, a measure 69% of workers report their employer is "always" taking. Additionally, 58% say their employer is always providing personal protective equipment, such as masks, gloves or face shields, and 54% say employers are enforcing a six-foot distance between employees and customers or other employees. Fewer, 41%, say their employers are always screening employees for cough or fever. (Gallup USA)

June 08, 2020

4.11 Society » Health

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642-19  Social Factors Most Challenging in COVID-19 Distance Learning (Click for Details)

(USA) The 2019-2020 academic year is ending in a way no one could have imagined, with classes being taught virtually and many parents serving as their child's primary instructor as schools are closed because of the coronavirus pandemic. Asked to rate the various challenges they've faced with remote learning, parents are more likely to identify difficulties they or their child has had in adjusting to virtual learning as major challenges than technical or resource issues. Forty-five percent say their children being separated from classmates and teachers has been a major challenge for their family, and 44% say the same about their child's attention span and motivation. Also, 43% of working parents say balancing a job and helping kids with school has been a major challenge for them. (Gallup USA)

June 12, 2020

4.10 Society » Education

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*      AUSTRALASIA

642-20  Awareness of buy-now-pay-later services Afterpay and Zip soars to over 12.3 million Australians (Click for Details)

(Australia) Afterpay is the clear market leader with a majority of 55.8% of Australians aware of the service in the year to March 2020, up by 22% points since September 2018. Main rival Zip is also making a significant impression on the Australian marketplace with over a third of Australians (35.2%) now aware of Zip – almost doubling awareness of the service in only 18 months. The rising awareness of buy-now-pay-later services comes as the share prices of Afterpay, Zip and smaller rivals has soared during the COVID-19 induced shut-downs. The Afterpay share price increased by over 500% since a low of only $8 in late March and the share price of Zip was up over 50% last week alone. (Roy Morgan)

June 09, 2020

3.2 Economy » Consumer Confidence/Protection

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*   MULTICOUNTRY STUDIES

642-21  Do wealthy adults expect COVID-19 to cause recession? (Click for Details)

YouGov Affluence Perspective polling of wealthy adults* around the world reveals what concerns them most about the COVID-19 pandemic: looming recession, and whether local economies will be able to survive. Concern over the spread of the virus varies greatly across the countries examined in our latest survey, with European nations particularly split. At the top end are wealthy adults in Spain and Italy, 77% and 70% of whom respectively say they are either extremely or very concerned about the spread of COVID-19. At the other end of the spectrum are France and Germany, where just 54% and 36% of wealthy adults respectively say they are concerned. The UK sits somewhere in the middle, with two thirds (66%) of wealthy adults (those who have a household income of Ł100,000 or over) being concerned, similar to the US (69%). (YouGov)

June 11, 2020

3.1 Economy » Perceptions on Performance/ Well-Being

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642-22 How does COVID-19 spread? Global public belief in myths and theories (Click for Details)

In global poll of nearly 16,000 people conducted from May 28 to 31, more people believe COVID-19 can live up to three days on surfaces over all other theories presented with a majority of respondents saying this is true in 11 of the countries. People in Canada and the United Kingdom (69%), Australia (66%), Spain and Brazil (61%) are most likely to believe this, while those in China (32%), India (26%), Germany and South Korea (25%) and Italy (24%) are most likely to say it’s false. But at the same time, people are more divided on whether COVID-19 can be spread by boxes and packages sent from other countries where the virus is present. Respondents in emerging markets of India (54%), South Africa (50%), Brazil (45%) and China (42%) are most likely to believe this, while those in Italy (66%), Russia (61%) and Germany (55%) are most likely to disagree. (Ipsos MORI)

June 11, 2020

4.11 Society » Health

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TOPIC OF THE WEEK:

80% of Spaniards claim to have enjoyed their home despite confinement 

uThis page is devoted to opinions of countries whose polling activity is generally not known very widely or where a recent topical issue requires special attention.

 80% of Spaniards claim to have enjoyed their home despite confinement  

SPAIN1According to a study carried out by YouGov for the ManoMano marketplace, Spaniards have focused their household chores on organization, order and DIY

32% of the respondents indicate that they prefer to exercise caution and get together with their family and friends at home

Two months of confinement have made Spaniards find their homes again and this is demonstrated by the study carried out by ManoMano.es, the leading DIY, home and garden marketplace, with the collaboration of the YouGov consultant, according to which 80% of Spaniards claim to have enjoyed their home during confinement . The reason? They have spent more time with their loved ones, and they have also taken advantage of their free time to make small reforms, tidy up and reorganize the house, and other tasks that previously, due to time, they could not carry out.

The study is published on the occasion of World DIY Day on May 24, and shows how the Spanish have made their home a more welcoming place during the quarantine. The order and organization have been the main activity as confirmed by the 72% of respondents. 31% have also been encouraged with DIY and have carried out small reforms, repairs, painted the walls, etc. And there are also 27% who have done DIY work (crafts, tutorials, ...) and 21% who have dedicated themselves to gardening and caring for plants.

The marketplace has noticed this. Demis Torres, Head of sales of Spain at ManoMano points out that “there has been an exponential increase in sales in recent weeks and our turnover has increased more than 250% in Spain compared to the same period in 2019. In fact, Among the most searched categories during the quarantine are interior furniture, outdoor furniture and sets, gardening tools, as well as interior and exterior paints, coinciding with the tasks that consumers have performed the most, according to the study. ”

By spending more time at home, it seems that the Spanish have cared more about her, and have enjoyed her even more. The main reason why respondents have enjoyed both of their homes during quarantine has been the share with your loved ones , especially households with children (51%) compared to households without minor (31%). Also because at home they feel more protected (18%) and because they have had more time to organize, organize and put it to their liking (15%).

 

In this first phase of lack of understanding, the priority continues to be to enjoy encounters with friends and family, as long as they are not very crowded. And although Spaniards feel like going outside, they prefer to act in a measured manner and enjoy the outdoors from home , organizing meetings at home (32%) or with family or friends (34%), especially outdoors free in the gardens, balconies and terraces, ahead of the 22% who prefer to stay in bars and restaurants.

The main reason is that the safety of diners prevails over anything, according to 44% of respondents, followed by 39% who want to make their closest friends enjoy their home, just as they have done in recent weeks.

(YouGov)

May 26, 2020

 

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BIG DATA ANALYTICS:

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GILANI-GALLOPEDIA COMPUTATION OF COVID-19 DEATHS PER MILLION

(Populations by Country)

Note to Readers: The computations have been done by the Research Team of Gilani-Gallopedia. Any errors may please be communicated to the following. Feedback on inadvertent errors or general advice will be greatly appreciated. Sources have been identified as those responsible for the original data.

Contact details: asra@gallup.com.pk

COVID-19 DEATHS PER MILLION: As of June 15, 2020 (Rank Ordered From High to Low)

Country

Deaths Per million

San Marino

1243

Belgium

844

Andorra

662

United Kingdo

627

Spain

580

Italy

568

Sweden

479

France

438

Sint Maarten (Dutch part)

369

Netherlands

352

United States

350

Ireland

350

Isle of Man

285

Ecuador

227

Canada

217

Brazil

200

Peru

197

Switzerland

197

Luxembourg

181

Chile

166

Moldova

147

Portugal

147

Bermuda

141

Mexico

130

Iran, Islamic Rep.

107

Germany

106

Denmark

103

Panama

101

Armenia

91

North Macedonia

86

Austria

77

Romania

71

Kuwait

70

Finland

59

Turkey

58

Hungary

57

Virgin Islands (U.S.)

56

Dominican Republic

54

Slovenia

53

Estonia

52

Bolivia

49

Bosnia and Herzegovina

49

Russian Federation

48

Puerto Rico

46

Norway

46

Djibouti

43

Serbia

36

Northern Mariana Islands

35

Israel

34

British Virgin Islands

34

Poland

33

Belarus

32

Honduras

32

Antigua and Barbuda

31

Colombia

31

Czech Republic

31

Guam

30

United Arab Emirates

30

Bahamas, The

29

Iceland

28

Aruba

28

Saudi Arabia

28

Lithuania

27

Turks and Caicos Islands

27

Liechtenstein

26

Croatia

26

Monaco

26

Qatar

25

Bahrain

25

South Africa

25

Bulgaria

24

Barbados

24

Oman

20

Guatemala

20

Ukraine

20

Malta

19

Mauritania

18

Argentina

18

Algeria

18

Kosovo

17

Greece

17

Cayman Islands

16

Maldives

16

Guyana

15

Cyprus

15

Egypt, Arab Rep.

15

Latvia

15

Montenegro

14

Iraq

14

Afghanistan

13

Albania

13

Pakistan

12

Azerbaijan

12

El Salvador

11

Cabo Verde

11

Gabon

11

Cameroon

11

Sudan

11

Philippines

10

Equatorial Guinea

9

Nicaragua

9

Guinea-Bissau

8

Mauritius

8

Indonesia

8

Cuba

7

Japan

7

Bangladesh

7

India

7

Sierra Leone

7

Liberia

7

Morocco

6

Somalia

6

Trinidad and Tobago

6

Haiti

6

Yemen, Rep.

6

Tajikistan

5

Mali

5

Korea, Rep.

5

Belize

5

Suriname

5

Slovak Republic

5

Congo, Rep.

5

Lebanon

5

Brunei Darussalam

5

Chad

5

Singapore

5

New Zealand

5

Kyrgyz Republic

4

Tunisia

4

Australia

4

Kazakhstan

4

Malaysia

4

Senegal

4

Georgia

4

Jamaica

3

China

3

Niger

3

Burkina Faso

3

Eswatini

3

Comoros

2

Costa Rica

2

South Sudan

2

Nigeria

2

Kenya

2

Togo

2

Ghana

2

Paraguay

2

Central African Republic

2

Congo, Dem. Rep.

1

Libya

1

Jordan

1

Thailand

1

Venezuela, RB

1

Nepal

1

Uzbekistan

1

Zambia

1

Benin

1

Sri Lanka

1

Ethiopia

1

Countries with very small incidence or data not reported

Botswana

0

Gambia, The

0

Madagascar

0

Tanzania

0

Syrian Arab Republic

0

Zimbabwe

0

Malawi

0

Angola

0

Rwanda

0

Myanmar

0

Burundi

0

Mozambique

0

American Samoa

0

Bhutan

0

Cambodia

0

Channel Islands

0

Cote d'Ivoire

0

Curacao

0

Dominica

0

Faroe Islands

0

Fiji

0

French Polynesia

0

Gibraltar

0

Greenland

0

Grenada

0

Guinea

0

Hong Kong SAR, China

0

Kiribati

0

Korea, Dem. People’s Rep.

0

Lao PDR

0

Lesotho

0

Macao SAR, China

0

Marshall Islands

0

Micronesia, Fed. Sts.

0

Mongolia

0

Namibia

0

Nauru

0

New Caledonia

0

Palau

0

Papua New Guinea

0

Samoa

0

Sao Tome and Principe

0

Seychelles

0

Solomon Islands

0

St. Kitts and Nevis

0

St. Lucia

0

St. Martin (French part)

0

St. Vincent and the Grenadines

0

Timor-Leste

0

Tonga

0

Turkmenistan

0

Tuvalu

0

Uganda

0

Uruguay

0

Vanuatu

0

Vietnam

0

West Bank and Gaza

0

Sources: World Health Organization Situation Report (June 15, 2020)

World Development Indicators (Population, 2018)

 

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GILANI-GALLOPEDIA GLOBALITY INDEX:

u The purpose of this index is to treat the Global Coverage by each issue of Gallopedia in terms of Population, National Income and estimated Power measured by G20 Membership.

GILANI-GALLOPEDIA GLOBALITY INDEX

These indices are being presented on a trial basis. For details on how we computed them, please see an appendix on methodology in the next issue. We would greatly welcome comments and advice from professional colleagues.

 

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