theatlantic:

The Geography of Klout: Mapping Social Media Influence 
The United States, which tends to dominate social media rankings, came in just 10th on this analysis, with an average Klout score of 33. They note, however, that: “[T]his isn’t to say that tweets emanating from the U.S. as a whole are not influential. The U.S. is the world’s largest source of content on Twitter. This massive amount of information pushed through the platform undoubtedly means that American users in the aggregate have a large amount of visibility.”
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theatlantic:

The Geography of Klout: Mapping Social Media Influence 

The United States, which tends to dominate social media rankings, came in just 10th on this analysis, with an average Klout score of 33. They note, however, that: “[T]his isn’t to say that tweets emanating from the U.S. as a whole are not influential. The U.S. is the world’s largest source of content on Twitter. This massive amount of information pushed through the platform undoubtedly means that American users in the aggregate have a large amount of visibility.”

Read more. [Image: Floating Sheep]

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    Just doing my part to help our possibly lagging Klout score…
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    I am exactly average at 33. though, I think my average was thrown off by that one time that guy RT’d me to like 11,000...
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    France has a higher Klout than the U.S.? Brazil? Indonesia? Come on, now.
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