MORE than a third of Brits admit knowing more about Game of Thrones than the Wars of the Roses.
A survey revealing the shocking level of historical knowledge also said one-tenth believed GoT star Jon Snow was a real-life figure.
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Snow joke as viewers say TV drama hero was real