Here's my first graph:
These are not bogus statistics. These graphs show the average of all the millions of actual speedtests run in the respective countries over the past 4 months.
The apologists for the US's poor showing usually start by pointing out that the US has much lower population density than South Korea, Sweden or Bulgaria. Of course that doesn't hold water if you compare Seoul, Stockholm and Sofia to New York, Los Angeles or Chicago. In Seoul, Stockholm and Sofia consumers can get 100/100 Mbps Internet access at affordable prices (e.g. $13/month in Stockholm) while such service isn't even offered to consumers in New York, Los Angeles or Chicago.