Which cities do you think will see the biggest increases in outdoor shower use in 2018?
The Outdoor Shower Survey is a comprehensive survey of outdoor shower usage by U.S. cities.
This year, there were 1,822 cities in the survey, covering an area of more than 7.5 million square miles.
This is not the first time we’ve collected this data and it will likely be the last.
But, we hope you will take our word for it.
The survey asked cities to rank their outdoor shower populations, which are defined as those that have more than two people in the shower at any given time.
Cities with more than 2 people in their shower are ranked first.
Cities that have one person in the outdoor shower are tied for second.
The results were compiled from responses from the public via email, phone calls and online surveys.
The survey has a margin of error of plus or minus 2.4 percentage points.
The most surprising news for outdoor shower users is that cities in Central and South America were the most likely to see increases in indoor shower usage.
However, the Americas have many more people to share the outdoors than Europe.
The number of people in a city’s outdoor shower is far less than the number of outdoor showers, and the number that live within walking distance of the indoor shower.
This map shows how cities in central and South American countries compare to those in Europe and the United States.
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The number of residents who live in outdoor showers is also quite high in Europe.
According to the Pew Research Center, European cities have about 4.5 outdoor shower showers per 1,000 residents, and they have more outdoor shower households per capita than any other continent.
The Americas have a much smaller number of shower users.
According the Pew study, the number who live within a half-mile of an outdoor shower in North America is only 1.5 per 1.000.
This number is similar to the European numbers, but it is still higher than the national averages.
The cities with the highest outdoor shower densities in the Americas are San Francisco and Seattle, with about 2.3 outdoor showers per capita per city.
These two cities have a large proportion of people who live near the outdoor showers.
However the number in these cities is far smaller than in Europe or the United Kingdom.
The next most populous European city is Paris, with 6.7 outdoor shower residents per 1 in 100,000 inhabitants.
London, the capital of England, is second with 4.2 outdoor shower inhabitants per 1 million residents.
The United States is third with 4,6 outdoor shower people per 1 per 1 billion people.
While some cities are still in the midst of an indoor/outdoor cycle, the rest of the continent has been transformed.
In addition to London, other European cities are: Berlin, Barcelona, Prague, and Helsinki.
These graphs show the number and density of indoor/outer shower households in each city.