I think they have different facial expressions and mannerisms than Europeans, and that's what makes them different - but I don't know how all Europeans are, so I could be wrong.
"A bloke walks into a pub, and asks for a pint of Adenosinetriphosphate.
The barman says "That'll be ATP please!"
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I believe this is a significant factor. I have read some researches on this too.
Especially this gets visible in case of older people (it is mainly guys in their 50-ies who look 'typical American').
In general, it depends. When I look at pictures of American bands, I cant usually place them in specific place of Europe. For instanc e, Michael Jackson- where could he pass, Sweden?
seriously though, the most obvious choice is British Isles, but it somehow works only in one side. I mean, I can place Americans in UK easier, but Brits somehow escape America.
Even take politicians- would you fit David Cameron in USA? or Gordon Brown? Tony Blair? they somehow dont fint America for me. Some Americans dont fit in UK too, like Bill Clinton or John Kerry but some like Nixon or Carter could.