Stanford University researchers have found if given a choice to either drive or walk, most Indians are lazy enough to opt to drive a car irrespective of the distance.
Stanford University researchers have concluded Indians are the laziest people on earth. The Standford researchers found the Chinese, particularly those living in Hong Kong are "least lazy", where people averaged 6,880 steps per day.
The Stanford University researchers used step-counters installed in smartphones to track the walking activity of about 700,000 people in 46 countries around the world during their study.
The research found if given a choice to either drive or walk, most Indians are lazy enough to opt to drive a car irrespective of the distance. According to the data, Indian women walk even less than the Indian men. While Indian men registered 4,606 daily, women manage to walk barely 3,684 steps.
The worst nation was Indonesia, where people walked just half as much as the Chinese, averaging just 3,513 steps a day.