Survey says Americans can't locate Grand Canyon, Mount Rushmore, or The White House
According to a new survey, the majority of people don't know where the Grand Canyon is. There are even some people who don't know the White House is in Washington, DC.
Intrepid Travel surveyed 2,000 US residents about national landmarks and a lot of people have a lot of homework to do.
Let's start with the seemingly impossible results: 3% didn't know Times Square was in New York City and another 3% didn't know where the White House was.
63% of people had no idea the Space Needle was in Seattle. And Mount Rushmore - you know, the massive sculptures of the heads of four US presidents - yeah 40% of people didn't know was in South Dakota.
Grand Canyon gets 5 million visitors a year. It's 277 miles long, 18 miles wide, and more than a mile deep. That's all great, but apparently 57% of those surveyed didn't know it was in Arizona.
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