The United States is not only the world’s most popular consumer of apparel, but also the most embarrassed when it comes to wearing one.
According to a survey by consumer research firm Mintel, American women are as embarrassed about wearing a flower on their sleeves as men are.
While the number of Americans wearing a strawberry rose to 11% in 2014 from 10% in 2010, it was still only 4% in 2016, according to Mintel.
In fact, only 8% of Americans were told to stop wearing a strawberry flower on the sleeves of their shirts in 2016.
But despite the popularity of the American flower, Americans still seem to be less than enamored of the floral in the other countries we have ties with.
Brazil, Spain, Spain and the Netherlands are the countries that Americans are most embarrassed by.
In the United Kingdom, the flower is even more unpopular than the American flag.
Just 19% of Britons said they would stop wearing the American symbol if the British Parliament approved it, according the Daily Mail.
In France, however, a strawflower is a common sight in the streets, and the flower appears on some clothing as a symbol of independence and democracy.
In Belgium, for example, the country’s most famous flower is called the “flower of freedom,” which is often used as a badge of independence.
In Germany, however the flowers are not considered official symbols, and people rarely wear them.
The American flower is also not something many people associate with patriotism.
According the survey, one in five Americans said they were proud to be American.
This is actually lower than in Spain, which has one of the highest rates of self-identification of anyone in the European Union.
In addition, it is even lower than that in Spain.
The survey found that only 15% of Spanish men and women said they are proud of being Spanish.
That’s compared to 26% of American men and 17% of women.
The Pew Research Center found that the flower was the most disliked flower in the world by 57% of Europeans and 24% of Muslims.
According, the American people are still far less inclined to use the American emblem than the Europeans.
In a poll conducted by Ipsos in 2016 on behalf of the BBC, the British public rated the American Flag as being less popular than the Spanish one.
And in a 2015 poll conducted for the BBC by YouGov, the number one rated symbol was the American star.
The British public said the American Star is more liked by 35% of respondents while the Spanish Star was viewed as the most liked by only 16%.
The poll also found that Americans were more likely to dislike the American Cross than the French cross.
The European Union, meanwhile, is not far behind.
The United Kingdom is second in the number who said they do not want the European flag to fly on the roof of their homes.
The French Republic was third with 32% of French people saying they do want the flag to be removed from public buildings, and Portugal and Belgium are fourth and fifth.
The poll found that 56% of European countries have a flag that was never officially adopted by the European Parliament.
That is up from the 31% in 2011, according Ipsos.
In contrast, in 2016 only 16% of British people wanted the flag removed from the roof.
In Turkey, the flag is not a part of official national identity.
The flag has been in use for almost three centuries, but it was never formally adopted.
According a poll carried out by the Public Opinion Research Center of the National Council for Scientific and Technological Research, only 7% of Turks wanted to change the flag, and that number has not changed since 2014.
But the poll also discovered that Turks are much more open to changing the flag than other Europeans.
Seventy-three percent of Turks said they had no problems with wearing the flag on the street, and only 2% said they did.
The number of Turks who would support changing the national flag was also higher than the number that said they supported the current flag.
The Turkish flag is seen on the front of a sign reading “We Are The World.”
The Turkish government does not recognize the United States as a state, but is recognized as the nation of Turkey.
The current flag of Turkey is the flag of the republic of Turkey, but its origin was a European Union flag, which was first adopted in 1954.
The official designation of Turkey as a republic is the Turkish flag.