Geography: Where in the world are you involved in ESL/EFL education?
Again, 11% of respondents declined to indicate their geographic location. That 1/8th of respondents are consistently not answering could indicate a secret cadre of nonconformists in our midst. Watch your back! And your front.
Unsurprisingly, the largest contingent of respondents, 32%, hails from Asia with 11% positioned in China alone. A nearly equal number, 31%, of respondents hail from the English-speaking part of North America, possibly indicating a skew to the data resulting from the kinds of North American-based journals, periodicals and Internet resources which passed on word of the survey to their interest groups.
Europe-centered professionals accounted for nine percent while those in Mexico and Latin America accounted for just six percent of respondents. Africa was almost a no-show while the Middle East and Anza made a showing of seven percent and four percent respectively.