Am I the only one who sees something wrong with this..??
Almost half of Americans would save a dog before a foreign tourist
Americans love our pets. People from other countries? Eh. A recent paper from George Regents University described a hypothetical scenario to more than 500 people: A bus is speeding toward a dog and a human. Which do you save? The responses usually came down to: What kind of human and what kind of dog? Everyone would rather save a sibling, grandparent or close friend instead of a strange dog. But if it was their own dog versus, say, a distant cousin or stranger, then people get downright anti-human. And 40 percent of those surveyed, including 46 percent of women, would save their dog over a foreign tourist.