How about some totally useless information to distract you from the pandemic, lack of sports on TV, and general societal malaise?
According to Lexico: Over the years, the question of the most used letter in English has been analyzed repeatedly, by everyone from Samuel Morse to contestants on “Wheel of Fortune.” The rankings vary from source to source, but one letter is consistently at the top: From the 19th century to modern analyses of Google Books, “E” is the most common. According to an analysis done by Lexico, the letter “E” makes up 11.1607% of the Concise Oxford Dictionary — a full 2% more than the next most common letter. This is reflected in the game of Scrabble, too: There are 12 “E” tiles, nine “A” and “I” tiles, eight “O” tiles, and six “R” and “T” tiles. (Of the remaining letters, only “D,” “S,” and “U” appear on more than two tiles.) “E” isn’t just common in English, either — LetterFrequency.org notes that “E” is also the most common letter in Spanish, German, French, Italian, Dutch, Swedish, and Hungarian, among other languages.
Most common English word: the
Most common word world wide: OK
Most common number: 7
Most common swear word: sh*t (according to Facebook)
Most common automobile: Toyota Camry
Most common dog breed? Labrador retriever
Most common mistake? Subject verb agreement errors
Most read book? The Bible
Most eaten food? Hamburger