A recent survey conducted by Marist College found that four out of five Americans cannot find Munchkinland on a map of the United States. While most Americans could find Kansas and Nebraska, the inability to find Munchkinland has made Americans the laughingstock of the world.
Dr. Karl Rubbert, a geography expert at the University of Texas-El Paso, is more concerned about the results of the finding than what people in other countries think about Americans.
"What puzzles me is not that four out of five Americans could not find Munchkinland on a map. The disturbing part is that 20% of Americans were able to find it. And somebody at Marist College had to assume Munchkinland could exist in a specified place on a map."
Officials at Marist College were unavailable to comment on Dr. Rubbert's claim.