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Countries most active:
    Sweden[ votes]
    United Kingdom[ votes]
    Canada[ votes]
    New Zealand[ votes]
    Australia[ votes]
    Germany[ votes]
    the Netherlands[ votes]
    Belgium[ votes]
    Finland[ votes]
    France[ votes]

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