UPDATE: In the comments reader George analyzed the data on a per capita view basis, and sent me an Excel file, which I reproduce below. I was surprised to find out that the US is actually fourth in views per capita, with New Zealand heading the list, and Canada and the UK still above the US. Thanks to all the Kiwis!
Every few months I check the dashboard of this site to see where the readers come from. Below is the diagram showing readership over the past 365 days. Naturally, the readership is highest in Anglophone countries, but I’m pleased to see that, with one exception, there were views from every country in the world, including those recalcitrant central African countries from which we never used to get any views.
Now what is the one country that’s missing? You can probably guess from first principles alone, but you can also see it as a tiny blank on the map. Last year I believe we got two views from that same nation, and the presence of even those views mystifies me.
And the bottom eleven (three were tied with four views each). I wonder who provided the one view from Nauru and St. Helena. both oceanic islands.