Canadians Love Poop, Americans Love Pizza: How Emojis Fare Worldwide

imageThe company SwiftKey analyzed more than a billion pieces of emoji data, organized by language and country. According to SwiftKey’s chief marketing officer, Joe Braidwood, the results were fascinating. Here’s a sample of what researchers found:

People are mostly likely to send happy faces:

“The overall thing we noticed is that 70 percent of all emojis sent are positive and so that’s probably a good thing that we’re talking to each other positively and using emoji to enhance that,” Braidwood says. —NPR.