The Americans, Chinese, and Turkish have the world's sharpest sense of impending doom, according to a new international survey: roughly one in five adults in Turkey and the U.S. believes that the world will end in this lifetime; in China, one in five believes Armageddon will arrive in 2012. Worldwide, one in 10 fears the world will end in 2012.
Not everyone is so morose--only 6 percent of French people think they'll live to see the end of the world, and just 4 percent of Germans and Indonesians believe in the 2012 doomsday predicted (at least ostensibly) by the Mayan calendar.
Check out GOOD Magazine's full infographic on the poll's results here.
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