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The U.S. ranks 24th in government spending on recreation and culture

According to the OECD, government spending on recreation and culture in the United States in 2005 amounted to 0.3% of the GDP, a spending rate that made the United States rank twenty-fourth out of twenty six OECD member nations. Iceland ranked first, with government spending on recreation and culture at 3.4% of GDP.

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