A study completed by the World Culture Score Index surveyed people in 30 countries to determine which countries read the most. The survey asked 1,600 people how many hours a week they read, and the results might come as a surprise.

An interesting trend in the survey data is that countries in the same regions tend to read similar lengths of time, as you can see by the colors represented on the map. The results are broken down by hours and minutes.

Check out the rankings, starting with the country listed as number 30:

30. Korea, 3:06

29. Japan, 4:06

28. Taiwan, 5:00

27. Brazil, 5:12

26. U.K, 5:18

25. Mexico, 5:30

24. Italy, 5:36

22. USA, 5:42

22. Germany, 5:42

20. Spain: 5:48

20. Canada, 5:48

18. Turkey, 5:54

18. Argentina, 5:54

17. Indonesia, 6:00

15. Australia, 6:18

15. South Africa, 6:18

14. Venezuela, 6:24

13. Poland, 6:30

12. Hong Kong, 6:42

10. Saudi Arabia, 6:48

10. Hungary, 6:48

8. France, 6:54

8. Sweden, 6:54

7. Russia, 7:06

6. Czech Republic, 7:24

5. Egypt, 7:30

4. Philippines, 7:36

3. China, 8:00

2. Thailand, 9:24

1. India, 10:42