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In which countries do people exercise most around the world - and what stops them doing more?

Over half the population surveyed by IPSOS feel they are not playing enough sport. Image: Unsplash/Jenny Hill

Kate Whiting

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Citizens of the Netherlands are the most active. Image: IPSOS

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