The U.S. Leads the World in Toilet Paper Consumption
Statista Consumer Market Outlook
Estimates from the Statista Consumer Market Outlook show that the United States leads the way when it comes to the use of toilet paper. On average, an American can be expected to get through 141 rolls of the stuff per year, equating to roughly 12.7 kilograms. Not too far behind are the Germans with 134 rolls being flushed down the toilet every year. In third place the UK consumes 127.
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