Average American VS Average Russian - People Comparison

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  • Published on Sep 8, 2017
  • How are the people of United States and Russia different? How do they compare? How much do they weigh? How much do they earn? We'll learn all of that today in Average American VS Average Russian - People Comparison. ⭐ SUBSCRIBE: bit.ly/TheInfographicsShow ⭐
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  • Mr random stuff
    Mr random stuff 11 hours ago

    We got the strap

  • RetrogamerV
    RetrogamerV Day ago

    Your very bias

  • TZ
    TZ 2 days ago

    What about the bench index?
    Average russian baby can bench 225 lbs, while not even most american adults can do that

  • Xbox Tempesta
    Xbox Tempesta 2 days ago

    "Jaws"?

  • Ikilian Mbappe
    Ikilian Mbappe 2 days ago

    Can i I say something? Ussr does exist becouse ther is no legal document in every file of rusian federation so the normal federation now is a ilegal government so Ussr is really existing.

  • Jack McKee
    Jack McKee 3 days ago

    The population of Russia in 1991 was 148 million not 293 million or the current 143 million would mean it's been cut in half in 30 years. Rather, the fall of the USSR meant many countries were no longer included in the Federation. It is of course true the population is decreasing, but the video is very misleading on this. Thanks so much, I love the video anyway!

  • Uros Prica
    Uros Prica 3 days ago

    in Russia live nation people russians , in usa live.. well you killd americans so what ever you are...

  • Aiden Cochrane
    Aiden Cochrane 3 days ago

    I’d like to live in Russia

  • Number 9 Number nine
    Number 9 Number nine 3 days ago +1

    I was thought russian is taller than 180 but they average height is 177 and in google it's 178 cm any way they should married from bosnia and serbia and netherland and germany and after 20 years most of new generation will be tall if man tall is 182 married women tall 170 we should pluss the numbers 182 + 170 = 352 divided by 2 = 176 if you are boy you should plus 12 and girl should minus 12

  • Hrjt Bdb
    Hrjt Bdb 5 days ago

    USA has so much more diversity in climates, cultures and potential

  • Dasha liss
    Dasha liss 5 days ago +2

    *Hello from Russia.*
    I'm for friendship

  • Fatima Touseef
    Fatima Touseef 5 days ago +1

    US is 2% Muslim (7 Million) and Russia is 20% or 1/5. That's so biased video !

  • Kevin Duan
    Kevin Duan 5 days ago

    3:03 minute, jews, not jaws

  • Hunter Williams
    Hunter Williams 5 days ago

    Ayyyyyy I’m the 3 percent of home school

  • Exchanger4ever
    Exchanger4ever 6 days ago

    I'm Russian American...

  • просто чел
    просто чел 7 days ago

    ХОЧУ В АМЕРИКУ!!!

  • просто чел
    просто чел 7 days ago

    I want to tell you that many in Russia are obese because of the HUGE amount of stress since childhood:) And Yes I'm from Russia, so I know:) If someone wants to learn more(for example about Russian schools), write under the comment:)

  • agateanemone 847
    agateanemone 847 7 days ago +1

    4:05 why there is not american percentual of obesity?

  • Игнат Корсаков

    0:50 а почему Крым не у России?

  • RussianFace
    RussianFace 9 days ago +1

    Эмм... Тут русские вообще есть?

  • Aaron mccarty
    Aaron mccarty 10 days ago

    Tbh they would have a stalemate since the large amount of military family’s in americia

  • Shiny Charm Owner
    Shiny Charm Owner 10 days ago +1

    I am russian and I am 173 cm, my classmates (girls are 150-160) and most guys are 160-170) I weight 73, but no extra weight but Very heavy bones

  • Shiny Charm Owner
    Shiny Charm Owner 10 days ago

    Ааааа так хочется задушить жирных американцев после того как я прочитала комменты

  • Shiny Charm Owner
    Shiny Charm Owner 10 days ago

    Honestly...... bruh I’m russian and...




    I LOVE YOU AMERICA



    yep :( russians get way to competetive (trust me I know LOL but we are not bad!

  • Vanua Zverev
    Vanua Zverev 10 days ago

    It's A LIE

  • Ivan Falco
    Ivan Falco 10 days ago

    BLYAT

  • English Man
    English Man 10 days ago

    In Russia 6.5% population is Muslims.

  • charlie cortez
    charlie cortez 11 days ago +1

    This video is an American propaganda

  • Pepsi man
    Pepsi man 11 days ago

    *uSa aLWaYs wInS!*

  • Rinalds Awesomeness178 Gaming

    use speed 1.25 if you hate waiting

  • sandro Khuchua
    sandro Khuchua 12 days ago

    Reversing the thaw in the post-Cold War era, in recent years, Russia has worked against American values repeatedly and overtly. Here are some of the top examples.
    Russia Threatens Important U.S. Allies

    In 2014, Russia invaded Ukraine’s Crimean Peninsula, destabilizing democracy and threatening security in the region. As a result of this destabilization, pro-Russian forces fighting in Ukraine were able to obtain and use a missile to shoot down a Malaysian Airlines passenger flight over Ukraine, killing all 298 people on board. And in recent months, Russia has intensified its military presence along its border with our Baltic allies-Latvia, Lithuania, and Estonia. In light of Russia’s annexation of Crimea, the continued militarization of the region is a troubling sign of further Russian aggression against U.S. allies and interests abroad.
    Russia Attacks Our Friends’ Elections
    It's no secret that Russia is not a friend of democracy. Former U.S. Ambassador to Russia Michael McFaul noted that “for years now, the Kremlin has looked for ways to disrupt democracies, to help the people that they like to come to power and to undermine the credibility of the democratic process.” This is evident in their continued and directed cyberattacks against foreign nations throughout the last ten years. Here is a timeline of some of its most egregious attacks.


    April - May 2007: Russia dismantled Estonia’s internet after that country relocated the Bronze Solider of Tallinn, a Soviet grave marker.
    June 2008: Russian hackers defaced Lithuanian government web pages.
    August 2008: Georgian government internal communications were shut down by Russian attack on Georgia’s internet.
    January 2009: Russia shut down two of Kyrgyzstan’s internet service.
    April 2009: A Kazakhstan media outlet was shut down after publishing a statement from Kazakhstan’s President that was critical of Russia.
    August 2009: Hackers shut down certain social media websites in Georgia.
    March 2014: During Russia’s military seizure of Crimea, Ukraine’s internet was disrupted.
    May 2014: Ukraine’s election commission was shut down by a Russia-based hacking group, days before its presidential election.
    May 2015: Germany discovered hackers had penetrated the network of the German Bundestag.
    October 2015: The Russian government tried to hack into the Dutch government’s computers.
    December 2015: Russian hackers took over the control center of a Ukrainian power station.
    January 2016: A security firm announced its belief that Russian hackers were behind previous attacks on Finland’s Foreign Ministry.
    December 2016: Germany’s domestic security agency DfV announced that there was growing evidence that Russians were attempting to influence the upcoming September 2017 federal election.



    This is the timeline of just the public and known attacks. The list of other, yet to-be-attributed attacks is likely to be even longer. An attack on any democracy is a threat to the stability of our own. Russia’s known use of cyberwarfare against these and other democracies is unacceptable, and cannot go unanswered.
    Russia Attacks Freedom of the Press
    Russia’s national news agenda is largely controlled by the Kremlin; editorial policy at its state-owned television stations is managed by the government. Freedom House has counted at least 63 violent attacks on Russian journalists since 2006, including the killing of 20. Beyond the atrocious nature of state-sponsored attacks on its citizens, it's evident that Russia doesn't hold any respect for the freedom of the press, a right that the United States holds as fundamental and remains enshrined in our Constitution.
    Russia Commits War Crimes

    Russia continues to support the regime of Syrian dictator Bashar al-Assad, whose use of chemical weapons is intolerable and constitutes a war crime. Russian forces in Syria have appeared to deliberately target civilian areas of Aleppo. In a report presented by the Atlantic Council, satellite images, social media, surveillance footage, and eyewitness accounts outline Russia’s “indiscriminate” bombing of civilian areas of Aleppo. These attacks, which are responsible for killing and injuring civilians (including children) and for leaving a portion of the capital city without access to functioning hospitals, have been broadly condemned by the international community.
    Russia has committed cyberattacks against America
    Besides taking the egregious step of meddling in the 2016 U.S. elections, Russia has engaged in further cyberattacks against Americans. On March 15, 2017, the Justice Department charged two Russian intelligence officers with directing the hacking of 500 million Yahoo accounts in 2014. The information the Russian government obtained from the hack was used to focus on foreign officials, executives, and journalists, and steal Americans' credit card and gift card information.
    Russia supports an American enemy
    Recently, Army General Curtis Scaparrotti, the top U.S. military officer in Europe, said that he has seen growing Russian diplomatic and military influence on the Taliban in Afghanistan. General Scaparotti said "I've seen the inflence of Russia of late - increased influence in terms of association and perhaps even supply to the Taliban." Since 2001, the U.S. has been at war with the Taliban in Afghanistan, where more than 1,800 American troops have been killed.

  • Serge Rivest
    Serge Rivest 12 days ago +1

    Americans are fat, way fatter than depicted.

  • Bad Driver's of Portland Oregon

    3:00 I didn't know that Jaws was a religion

  • avisek mohanty
    avisek mohanty 13 days ago +1

    Well mother Russia is the best, love from India

    • Make that a Bakers dozen
      Make that a Bakers dozen 12 days ago

      @avisek mohanty yea, I see what you're saying, but Russians are much worse to immigrants. Putin himself said "multiculturalism" was a bad thing for Russia and was the downfall of America and Europe. And it's cold and miserable. California is one of the most welcoming places to immigrants on the planet and it's warm and happy... Californian oranges or Russian onions. Daisy Duke shorts and bikini tops or sheepskin duffel coat and snow shoes. Come on mate, ones paradise and the other is, well Russia 🍻...sorry Russia 😁

    • avisek mohanty
      avisek mohanty 12 days ago +1

      @Make that a Bakers dozen yes definitely... U can never find closeness in us And US is full of mean , arrogant people . They never help anyone and think that everyone from other countries are want something from them... Am I wrong?

    • Make that a Bakers dozen
      Make that a Bakers dozen 12 days ago

      Really? You'd rather live in Russia than America??

  • Dimitri BlyatMan
    Dimitri BlyatMan 14 days ago +1

    Russian i want russian

  • Miksi Cool
    Miksi Cool 14 days ago +1

    Mc Donald's is trash.

  • Zlar Vixen
    Zlar Vixen 14 days ago +1

    SLAVIC BROTHERHOOD

  • War Thunder
    War Thunder 14 days ago +1

    The Russians will always be stronger!

  • Bleenara
    Bleenara 15 days ago +1

    imagine working hard and get only about 200$?? yeah thats Russia, tho its not even that bad but still....

  • Андрейка к52
    Андрейка к52 15 days ago

    Забыли про 2 революции и 2 мировые войны. Виски тоже вредно. Как и водка.

  • shyry
    shyry 16 days ago

    USA USA USA forever!! 🇺🇸 🇺🇸

  • Ritik Kumar
    Ritik Kumar 16 days ago +1

    In Russia you rush B
    In America B rushes you

  • Rohan Ghosh
    Rohan Ghosh 17 days ago +2

    USA : You accept Democracy or it comes to you
    Russia : Nuke entire USA

  • M4SH3D P0TAT0
    M4SH3D P0TAT0 17 days ago +2

    Me:aim from Србија Пичка ти матер
    Americans:so you speak russian

  • rishabh kumar
    rishabh kumar 18 days ago +1

    I love russian peoples

  • Bolivia sin Mar
    Bolivia sin Mar 18 days ago

    :0

  • Civil Protection Unit
    Civil Protection Unit 18 days ago +1

    Мдэ. И да, все таки клюква есть.

  • Kinglong Cheng
    Kinglong Cheng 18 days ago

    If you see people by film?
    Your iq just 89

  • Robert Zinkus
    Robert Zinkus 18 days ago +1

    6:44 Wealth is spread by hard work. Not social engineering.

  • QwertX
    QwertX 21 day ago

    В Америке жить намного лучше уж поверьте мне как настоящему россиянину который живет НЕ в Москве
    (хочу Грин карту)

  • Ole Geiger
    Ole Geiger 24 days ago

    I would rather live in the United States than in Russia.

  • Sebta
    Sebta 24 days ago +2

    Kurwa

  • No u
    No u 25 days ago +2

    What if..we just, become friends?

  • Luis Mejia
    Luis Mejia 25 days ago +1

    I want a Russian girlfriend... lol

  • Peter Pan
    Peter Pan 26 days ago

    Dont forget your jews, my american friend 😉

  • Peter Pan
    Peter Pan 26 days ago

    Haha he put the Rocky movie down to one point: the technologic advantage. But the truth is the americans first had the computers and electronics and stuff to enhance the athlets performance

  • Jack O'Lantern
    Jack O'Lantern 27 days ago

    Where do you get these stats? 😂🤣 As an American half of these seem quite off.. For instance, I've never known a single person who did a "gap year" and went abroad...

  • VERX Knowledge
    VERX Knowledge 28 days ago +1

    I don't know to be honest. I live in New York and visit Moscow every year. Usually I like Moscow better due to being much safer and way more organized. And on average my US friends have about a 90 IQ, while my Russian and Belarusian friends, I have never heard a number below 110. But, due to the civil rights and government spying problems in Russia, I would have to choose Home sweet America.

  • Atanas Stoyanov
    Atanas Stoyanov 28 days ago +1

    Russians are better than the Americans

  • subject #1094701
    subject #1094701 29 days ago

    привет, как дела в америке мои русские друзья. я немного знаю о россии