On iOS, we have 32,296,341 reviews, with 3,448,351 being 1 star reviews. 10.67% one star reviews.
Let's see if we limit it to reviews in the last 2 months:
16.47% negative in Turkey (65,154 total reviews)
12.05% negative in the US (1,960,283 total reviews)
(source - internal https://sensortower.com analytics)
It's a bit harder to separate reviews between countries on Android, but we have 7,862,505 recent reviews indexed in the last 2 months on Android, and 780,997 of them are negative (9.93%). I will try to run a query with language detection, though that might take a bit of time~
Rating % All % Turkish
1 09.6% 15.2%
2 03.5% 04.4%
3 06.5% 07.0%
4 16.6% 14.5%
5 63.6% 58.7%
There's definitely a bump in 1-star reviews in Turkey.
Wait wait wait, the mere fact that Turkish has more 1 start review than the world average doesn't tell you anything about other countries individually.
It could be that most countries are above the world average except a couple of countries with almost no 0-star reviews.
If you want to make this point, at least give us the standard deviation.
The US date format (m/d/y) is used virtually only in US, most other places use d/m/y or y/m/d.
Re dots for thousands separators -- the world is split about roughly evenly on this, with all of europe (except for Great Britain and Ireland) using commas for decimals dots for thousands separators. -- http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Decimal_mark#Hindu.E2.80.93Arab...
For a second I misread that as 65,536 (64K) reviews.