In recent years, there has been a growing debate about the shape of the Earth. While the scientific community has long agreed that the Earth is an oblate spheroid, or roughly a sphere, a small but vocal group of individuals have posited that the world is actually flat. This idea, sometimes referred to as the flat Earth theory, has gained traction on social media and has even been promoted by some celebrities.
At VoteToo, we believe in providing a platform for individuals to express their opinions and share their perspectives on a variety of topics. With this in mind, we've decided to ask the question "Is the world flat?" to see what people believe. We encourage everyone to participate in this poll and share their thoughts. Whether you believe in a round or flat Earth, your vote and perspective are important to us. Let's start the conversation and see where it takes us!
A new survey conducted among global citizens has revealed that the majority of people do not believe that the world is flat.
In the survey, which was open to 254 respondents worldwide, 31.1% of respondents said they believe the world is flat, while 68.9% said they do not.
In Africa, 10 respondents cast their vote, with 10% saying they believe the world is flat and 90% saying they do not. In South America, when 16 respondents weighed in, 31.3% said they believed the world is flat, while 68.8% did not. In North America, 11 respondents voted with 27.3% saying they believe the world is flat and 72.7% saying they do not.
In Europe, 196 respondents voted, with 32.7% believing the world is flat and 67.3% saying they do not. In Asia, 6 respondents voted with 16.7% saying they believe the world is flat and 83.3% saying they do not. Finally, in Oceania, 15 respondents voted with 33.3% saying they believe the world is flat and 66.7% saying they do not.
Overall, the survey suggests that most people around the world do not believe the world is flat. However, the results of this unscientific survey should be taken with a grain of salt. Ultimately, it remains to be seen what the scientific consensus on the shape of the earth will be.