Which (of these) is the least egalitarian country? Watch

Poll: Which is the least egalitarian country out of those listed below?
USA (32)
59.26%
Australia (5)
9.26%
UK (11)
20.37%
Canada (4)
7.41%
New Zealand (2)
3.7%
gm15
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About the girl who didn't know what egalitarian meant -->
(Original post by gm15)
Almost 13 years in school and you Don't know that? Its suprising but I guess not everyone knows every word.
What annoys me is how childish your being about it:
It's not arrogant to use "big words"
Why do you think you have to be upper class to know words like that? The UC is made up of lords and ladies and their family - I'm sure there aren't many UC people here. Maybe MC but not UC. All that aside I'm working class (admitedly not the chavy end of it but working class all the same) and I go to state school and I know what that word means
I just got some negative rep for this post. Excuse me but I wasn't bullying - in fact what I said was largely a repeat of what many other members have said on this thread. Yes I was critical but I wasn't bullying her.
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(Original post by flugestuge)
A sloaney would be preppy.

A rah would just be stinking rich and are often minor nobility.
Rahs join things like the Bullingdon Club while at university, where they wear 1000 pound blazers and drink till they throw up and then trash the premises.
( and then politely pay thousands of pounds to cover teh damages )
Rahs are Rich A___ Holes
Right. Thanks

Not wishing to take this sub topic off too far - what seperates a sloaney from a townie?

And are these subcultures found in all university cities or just London?
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Can't say I've heard of any of the above classes besides chavs here in Aber, and even they are a minority.
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Socially probably Canada, economically Canada are the most egalitarian, US the least, Then New Zealand probably next, everything else hard to say.
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