The popularity of tattoos has been on the rise for years, and it seems that more and more people are getting inked every day. But which country loves tattoos the most? According to recent research, it appears that Italy is the clear winner when it comes to tattoo-friendliness.
A survey conducted by the European Commission in 2020 revealed that 48% of Italians have at least one tattoo. This is the highest percentage of any country in the world, and it is a significant increase from the 38% reported in a similar survey conducted in 2018.
In second place is Sweden, with 47% of the population sporting tattoos. This is a huge jump from the 34% reported in 2018, and it appears that Swedes are embracing body art more and more.
The United States comes in third place, with 46% of the population having at least one tattoo. This is a slight increase from the 44% reported in 2018, but it is still significantly lower than the numbers reported in Italy and Sweden.
It is clear that Italy is the most tattoo-friendly country in the world, and it appears that more and more Italians are embracing body art. With Sweden and the United States following closely behind, it appears that tattoos are becoming increasingly popular all over the world.