To no one’s surprise, the country that trusts 5G the least is the United States.
Now, one thing is that 5G is not what we were all expecting and quite another is that we consider it to be a threat to humanity and that it can cause diseases. Because indeed, there are still a lot of people against this technology despite it being honestly, a great technological evolution.
And the question is, which country is the most reluctant to 5G? Indeed, you don’t have to be very smart to guess.
The United States has no confidence in 5G
According to a recent study developed by Prolifics Testing, U.S. citizens are quite skeptical about 5G.
The company analyzed the online search engine behavior of users in 155 countries around the world, concluding that searches “Is 5G dangerous?”, “Does 5G have health risks?” or “Does 5G spread coronavirus?” were more frequent in the United States than in the rest of the countries: up to 374,000 searches per month.
The second most concerned country is the United Kingdom with 94,400 searches per month followed by Australia with almost 33,000.
The countries least concerned about 5G are the Netherlands and Denmark with about 1,000 searches per month about 5G and its alleged problems. Although these are only indicative figures, this study shows that many Western countries are still reluctant to technological changes, which shows a great lack of culture.
And no, 5G does not spread any disease and is not dangerous to health. The only certainty is that there are studies that support the fact that 5G emissions are much lower than those of current networks and that there is no scientific evidence to the contrary.
However, 5G still has a lot to prove, as it is still a 4G but with a different name.