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Assuming that everyone who’s been issued a passport over the last ten years still has it, that’s 60,884,784 people with US passports.Given the US population is around 280 million, that gives us 21.7 per cent owning passports.

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Anyway, there's also the fact that it's harder as an American to travel to Canada and Mexico without one: the old 'drivers' license only' rule is increasingly being tightened, so that you need a birth certificate or some other concrete proof.

Add on the fact that the US is big enough for you to travel domestically for a lifetime and still think a) you've seen a hell of a lot of world; and b) you've still a lot of world to see.

It was fairly obvious that the girl had only been to manhatten once or twice in her life and she probably didn't live very far away.

The equivalent of the costa brava for most Americans is either Florida or Hawaii, depending on where they live.

They conducted “household surveys” in Canada and the US with the results summarised in a table titled ‘Passport possession in the United States and Canada’ on page 4: The percentages of passport holders among those who travel between the two countries might help to make better comparisons with Europeans travelling between countries.

() Update 3: From a 2008 report (PDF) from the United States Government Accountability Office: It'd be interesting to see how many of these passport-owners are newly naturalised American citizens, for whom getting a US passport is a natural step to ensure less hassle by the INS when travelling.This may account for some of the lower figures people give; they could simply be out of date.Using the same method for the years 1981-90, for example, we get less than 15 per cent ownership, without taking into account five year passports.I'm certainly in no position to criticise them for rarely leaving their country when most of my holidays over the past ten years have been to the US!Quinn pointed out that there's been an increase in requirements for ID in the last ten years, and that may contribute to the spike.I would add that -- despite what people flaunting this statistic seem to assume -- the mere act of travelling to another country does not necessarily make one any less ignorant, provincial, etc.

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