Technically, Margaret Court has the most grand slam titles of all time. However,only 11 titles were received in the “Open Era.” Some people argue this means she did not play against the best players. In addition, her 1966 title was awarded to her by forfeit to an injury from her opponent prior to the match.
The following data is based on a survey conducted in April 2022. The survey found US adults (18+ yrs) spent more time per day on TikTok than on any other leading social media platform, followed by YouTube and Twitter. Overall, respondents reported spending an average of 45.8 minutes daily on TikTok, 45.6 minutes on Youtube, and 34.8 minutes on Twitter daily.
China, the United States, India, Japan, and Russia are the top five countries emitting the most carbon dioxide. The top five emitters per capita are Qatar, Kuwait, Saudi Arabia, Canada, and the United States.
However, if you look at the top five countries that have produced the most CO2 from 1975 to 2020, you will find Germany and the U.K. on the list, behind the United States, China, and Russia.
The world is becoming more authoritarian as non-democratic regimes become even more brazen in their repression and many democratic governments suffer from backsliding by adopting their tactics of restricting free speech and weakening the rule of law, exacerbated by what threatens to become a "new normal" of Covid-19 restrictions.
For the fifth consecutive year, the number of countries moving in an authoritarian direction exceeds the number of countries moving in a democratic direction.
In fact, the number moving in the direction of authoritarianism is three times the number moving towards democracy.
The Los Angeles Lakers have competed in the NBA Finals the most times, with 32 appearances. The Eastern Conference has provided the most champions, with 38 wins from 10 franchises; the Western Conference has 34, from nine franchises.
Worldwide, the average person spends a total of 6 hours and 57 minutes looking at a screen each day (for internet-connected activities).
The average American spends 7 hours and 4 minutes looking at a screen every day. This is slightly below the worldwide average and around 45 minutes longer than the British who average 6 hours and 12 minutes of screen time per day.
But it is nearly four hours less than the biggest screen-time consumers, South Africans, who average around 10 hours and 46 minutes a day.
On the whole, the biggest screen-time consumers are located in Africa, Asia, and South America.