It’s only natural a post like this would be on the horizon.
In the past it’s been about:
- Countries where
hentaiis the most popular.
- Countries where
manga(and anime) is the most popular.
And a similar format for Pokemon, Redo Of Healer,
This time we’ll be talking about the most popular
A comprehensive list with visual maps
The data is taken from:
And 187 countries were analyzed to come to the below results.
The list first started out with 100
Let’s get started.
1. Most popular
anime by country (worldwide)
- Attack On Titan.
One Piece. Dragon Ball Z. Demon Slayer.
- One Punch Man.
When you measure the most popular
But it’s also true with Australia, and some parts of Asia.
One Punch Man is particularly popular in a specific part of the world. With the rest (not including
2. Most popular
anime in North/South America
- Pokemon (31.42%).
- Attack On Titan (11.42%).
Demon Slayer (8.57%).
North & South America are very particular. Only 4
Next is Attack On Titan and one of the newest, best selling shonen:
3. Most popular
anime in Europe
- Pokemon (23.26%).
- Attack On Titan (9.30%).
One Piece (2.33%). Demon Slayer (2.33%). Death Note (2.33%).
- Yugioh (2.33%).
In the continent of Europe,
Pokemon is 2nd with 23%, with the rest in the single digits, including AOT, OP, DS,
4. Most popular
anime across Asia
- Attack On Titan (39.13%).
Naruto (28.26%). One Piece (15.21%). Demon Slayer (6.52%).
- Pokemon (4.34%).
Death Note (2.17%).
- One Punch Man (2.17%).
- Bleach. (2.17%).
In Asia, no series is favored more than 40%, let alone 0% or 60%.
Attack On Titan sits at 39.13%, with
5. Most popular
anime across Africa
Naruto(58.82%). One Piece(17.64%).
- Attack On Titan (11.76%).
- Pokemon (7.84%).
Dragon Ball Z(1.96%).
- One Punch Man (1.96%).
In Africa, the motherland,
6. Most popular
anime in Oceania
- Pokemon (63.63%).
- Attack On Titan (9.09%).
- One Punch Man (9.09%).
Throughout Oceania, Pokemon is the dominant series with over 60% of people favoring the
Next in line is
It seems Pokemon is received very differently here.
Source: News tip from diamondlobby
What do you think of the statistics in relation to your country or continent?