Correlated uncovers surprising connections between seemingly unrelated things, and you can help by answering the daily poll. At the end of the day, we'll tally up all the poll responses and compare the results to all of the previous polls. Check back tomorrow to see which answers have the strongest correlation.

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March 14's correlation

In general, 56 percent of people like thin-crust pizza more than deep-dish pizza. But among those with a negative first impression of Pope Francis, 73 percent like thin-crust pizza more.

Based on a survey of 132 people with a negative first impression of Pope Francis and 357 people total.

March 13's correlation

In general, 57 percent of people dislike Big Government more than Big Business. But among those who don't like curly fries, 82 percent dislike Big Government more.

Based on a survey of 87 people who don't like curly fries and 405 people total.

March 12's correlation

In general, 62 percent of people say they have a sister. But among those who would agree to staff a kissing booth to raise funds for their favorite charity, 77 have sisters.

Based on a survey of 161 people who would agree to staff a kissing booth to raise funds for their favorite charity and 402 people total.

March 11's correlation

In general, 53 percent of people prefer Google Chrome as their browser. But among those who, if they could re-do high school knowing everything they know now, think they would be so much cooler this time around, 67 percent prefer Google Chrome.

Based on a survey of 154 people who, if they could re-do high school knowing everything they know now, think they would be so much cooler this time and 397 people total.

March 10's correlation

In general, 53 percent of people prefer that the open end of their pillowcase face the outside of the bed. But among those who dislike sideburns, 71 percent prefer that the open end of their pillowcase face the outside.

Based on a survey of 132 people who dislike sideburns and 364 people total.

March 9's correlation

In general, 14 percent of people say they are double-jointed. But among those who have (or have had) asthma, 32 percent say they're double-jointed.

Based on a survey of 93 people who have (or have had) asthma and 369 people total.

March 8's correlation

In general, 68 percent of people think the asker-outer should pay for the date. But among those who find QR codes useful, 87 percent think the asker-outer should pay for the date.

Based on a survey of 136 people who find QR codes useful and 392 people total.

March 7's correlation

In general, 41 percent of people would want to know the date on which they will die, if they had the opportunity to find out. But among those who consider themselves unlucky, 57 percent would want to find out.

Based on a survey of 94 people who consider themselves unlucky and 414 people total.

March 6's correlation

In general, 56 percent of people say they are good at parallel parking. But among those who dislike oregano, 81 percent say they're good at parallel parking.

Based on a survey of 61 people who dislike oregano and 399 people total.

March 5's correlation

In general, 43 percent of people like skim milk. But among those with a negative opinion about surrogate pregnancy, only 19 percent like skim milk.

Based on a survey of 104 people with a negative opinion about surrogate pregnancy and 398 people total.

March 4's correlation

In general, 33 percent of people are better pantomimers than guessers when playing charades. But among those who would not agree to work a midnight-to-8am shift for the next 10 years, even if the pay were $1 million a year, 56 percent are better pantomimers.

Based on a survey of 81 people who would not agree to work a midnight-to-8am shift for the next 10 years, even if the pay were $1 million a year and 417 people total.

March 3's correlation

In general, 49 percent of people say that men who wear hats indoors are committing a faux pas. But among those who think Saturday night is a better night to party than Friday night, 64 percent say men who wear hats indoors are committing a faux pas.

Based on a survey of 155 people who think Saturday night is a better night to party than Friday night and 397 people total.

March 2's correlation

In general, 55 percent of people would rather have loud farts than stinky farts. But among those with a negative opinion about France, 76 percent would rather have loud farts.

Based on a survey of 98 people with a negative opinion about France and 374 people total.

March 1's correlation

In general, 29 percent of people belong to AAA. But among those who do the Electric Slide at wedding receptions, 47 percent belong to AAA.

Based on a survey of 142 people who do the Electric Slide at wedding receptions and 392 people total.

February 28's correlation

In general, 49 percent of people know who actress Felicia Day is. But among those who dislike extra-chunky pasta sauce, 63 percent know who actress Felicia Day is.

Based on a survey of 199 people who dislike extra chunky pasta sauce and 406 people total.

February 27's correlation

In general, 52 percent of people would rather have the top bunk than the bottom bunk. But among those who prefer to read white text on a black background more than black text on a white background, 73 percent would rather have the top bunk.

Based on a survey of 105 people who prefer to read white text on a black background more than black text on a white background and 411 people total.

February 26's correlation

In general, 45 percent of people have a negative opinion about homeschooling. But among those who don't agree that it's better to have loved and lost than never to have loved at all, 65 percent have a negative opinion about homeschooling.

Based on a survey of 72 people who don't agree that it's better to have loved and lost than never to have loved at all and 398 people total.

February 25's correlation

In general, 58 percent of people prefer M&Ms to Reese's Pieces. But among those who think there's no chance "Blade Runner" Olympian Oscar Pistorius, who's charged with murdering his girlfriend, is innocent, 73 percent prefer M&Ms.

Based on a survey of 148 people who think there's no chance "Blade Runner" Olympian Oscar Pistorius is innocent and 381 people total.

February 24's correlation

In general, 31 percent of people say they would re-gift The Clapper. But among those who would rather a president or prime minister have a six-year term and a one-term maximum than a two-year term and a two-term maximum, 52 percent would re-gift The Clapper.

Based on a survey of 96 people who would rather a president or prime minister have a six-year term and a one-term maximum and 350 people total.

February 23's correlation

In general, 31 percent of people prefer non-mint gum. But among those who like warm milk, 57 percent prefer non-mint gum.

Based on a survey of 90 people who like warm milk and 371 people total.

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Are apartment dwellers more likely to read comic books? Do people who square dance have higher-than-average auto accident rates? Are people who drive domestic cars more likely to prefer Coke over Pepsi?

Correlated helps discover surprising correlations between seemingly unrelated things.

By answering each day's survey question, you'll help us make new correlations.

At the end of the day, the results of the survey are compared with the results of all previous surveys, and the two outcomes with the strongest link are highlighted. (Learn more about how this is calculated)

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