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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Today's correlation

In general, 46 percent of people like lots of pulp in their orange juice. But among those who have a favorite brand of toothpaste, only 31 percent like lots of pulp in their orange juice.

Based on a survey of 141 people who have a favorite brand of toothpaste and 335 people total.

Yesterday's correlation

In general, 73 percent of people like macadamia nuts. But among those who are fans of singer Bruno Mars, 89 percent like macadamia nuts.

Based on a survey of 114 people who are fans of singer Bruno Mars and 380 people total.

Friday's correlation

In general, 73 percent of people say they are good at cracking eggs. But among those who crack their back regularly, 92 percent say they are good at cracking eggs.

Based on a survey of 120 people who crack their back regularly and 392 people total.

Thursday's correlation

In general, 26 percent of people have been on a cruise. But among those who say they don't eat too many sweets, 40 percent have been on a cruise.

Based on a survey of 128 people who say they don't eat too many sweets and 411 people total.

Wednesday's correlation

In general, 42 percent of people say they have an above-average libido. But among those who expect Hillary Clinton to be the next U.S. president, only 27 percent say they have an above-average libido.

Based on a survey of 157 people who expect Hillary Clinton to be the next U.S. president and 372 people total.

Tuesday's correlation

In general, 60 percent of people are interested in genealogy. But among those who are on the fence about taking a fencing class, 74 percent are interested in genealogy.

Based on a survey of 133 people who are on the fence about taking a fencing class and 352 people total.

Monday's correlation

In general, 51 percent of people say they would recognize a picture of scientist Marie Curie. But among those who have listened to a podcast recently, only 36 percent say they would recognize a picture of scientist Marie Curie.

Based on a survey of 135 people who have listened to a podcast recently and 341 people total.

April 12's correlation

In general, 59 percent of people follow a certain sequence when they brush their teeth. But among those who think that if humans ever make contact with intelligent aliens, they're more likely to be unfriendly than friendly, 74 percent follow a certain sequence when they brush their teeth.

Based on a survey of 120 people who think that if humans ever make contact with intelligent aliens, they're more likely to be unfriendly than friendly, and 353 people total.

April 11's correlation

In general, 48 percent of people say they are more focused on the present than the future. But among those who are better at staring contests in which the loser is whoever laughs first, rather than those in which the loser is whoever blinks first, 63 percent say they are more focused on the present than the future.

Based on a survey of 149 people who are better at staring contests in which the loser is whoever laughs first, rather than those in which the loser is whoever blinks first, and 357 people total.

April 10's correlation

In general, 68 percent of people have a favorite color. But among those who refer to the ~ character as a squiggle, 90 percent have a favorite color.

Based on a survey of 80 people who refer to the ~ character as a squiggle and 385 people total.

April 9's correlation

In general, 49 percent of people say they are good at wrapping presents. But among those who prefer looking up at the clouds to looking up at the stars, 66 percent say they are good at wrapping presents.

Based on a survey of 93 people who prefer looking up at the clouds to looking up at the stars and 386 people total.

April 8's correlation

In general, 50 percent of people say they are easily startled. But among those who say they could not locate Iran on an unlabeled globe, 67 percent say they are easily startled.

Based on a survey of 103 people who say they could not locate Iran on an unlabeled globe and 371 people total.

April 7's correlation

In general, 35 percent of people prefer pistachios already shelled. But among those who say that if they had to tell their darkest secrets to someone, they'd rather it be their best friend than a complete stranger, 49 percent prefer pistachios already shelled.

Based on a survey of 129 people who say that if they had to tell their darkest secrets to someone, they'd rather it be their best friend than a complete stranger, and 338 people total.

April 6's correlation

In general, 27 percent of people say they tend to have boring dreams. But among those whose number of dependents has changed within the past 3 years, 47 percent say they tend to have boring dreams.

Based on a survey of 65 people whose number of dependents has changed within the past 3 years and 355 people total.

April 5's correlation

In general, 54 percent of people consider themselves late bloomers. But among those who say they tend to express negative feelings through actions, rather than words, 69 percent consider themselves late bloomers.

Based on a survey of 119 people who say they tend to express negative feelings through actions, rather than words, and 339 people total.

April 4's correlation

In general, 47 percent of people like techno music. But among those who don't twirl their spaghetti, 69 percent like techno music.

Based on a survey of 80 people who don't twirl their spaghetti and 381 people total.

April 3's correlation

In general, 66 percent of people believe that normative gender roles are just a cultural construct. But among those who say squeaking styrofoam doesn't really irritate them, only 51 percent believe that normative gender roles are just a cultural construct.

Based on a survey of 149 people who say squeaking styrofoam doesn't really irritate them and 386 people total.

April 2's correlation

In general, 24 percent of people have a no-contract cell phone plan. But among those who say that even if they could take a midday nap every day, they would not, 45 percent have a no-contract cell phone plan.

Based on a survey of 126 people who say that even if they could take a midday nap every day, they would not, and 404 people total.

April 1's correlation

In general, 30 percent of people say the person they are in love with is not in love with them. But among those who pronounce the 'man' in 'gunman' so it rhymes with 'can,' 53 percent say the person they are in love with is not in love with them.

Based on a survey of 82 people who pronounce the 'man' in 'gunman' so it rhymes with 'can' and 376 people total.

March 31's correlation

In general, 54 percent of people prefer full-size umbrellas over compact ones. But among those who say they are good pancake flippers, 70 percent prefer full-size umbrellas over compact ones.

Based on a survey of 142 people who say they are good pancake flippers and 340 people total.

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About Correlated

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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Shaun Gallagher, Correlated founder

 

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