This article originally appeared and was published on AOL.com
Can you name a book? Well, congratulations. Apparently that puts you within America’s elite.
Citing a new study from the Pew Research Center, Jimmy Kimmel said that one in four Americans hasn’t read a book in the past year. Skeptical that people had really been honest with their survey answers, Kimmel’s team took to the street to ask everyday people to name a book — any book in the world.
After one after another people — of all ages, mind you — failed the simple task at hand, one man was confident he’d nailed it:
“I can name ‘Moby Dick,'” he says. “He wrote a book called ‘Horse.’ I like that book.”
Another woman attempted to find a loophole: “Do magazines count?” she asks.
“No, those wouldn’t be books,” a producer responds off-camera.
“That’s correct,” she concedes.
Watch in the video above. And then X out of the internet and go read a book.