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

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July 16's correlation

In general, 30 percent of people have solved a Rubik's Cube. But among those who don't mind the sound of their voice on audio recordings, 48 percent have solved a Rubik's Cube.

Based on a survey of 117 people who don't mind the sound of their voice on audio recordings and 334 people total.

July 15's correlation

In general, 49 percent of people say their ability to play sports is lower than their interest in sports. But among those who can name all five boroughs of New York City, 68 percent say their ability to play sports is lower than their interest in sports.

Based on a survey of 118 people who can name all five boroughs of New York City and 345 people total.

July 14's correlation

In general, 29 percent of people think chocolate and cherries are better together than separately. But among those who prefer ringtones that sound like actual telephone rings, 46 percent think chocolate and cherries are better together than separately.

Based on a survey of 119 people who prefer ringtones that sound like actual telephone rings and 370 people total.

July 12's correlation

In general, 33 percent of people say they aren't up to date on their tetanus shots. But among those who prefer reading a textbook chapter over listening to a lecture, 48 percent aren't up to date on their tetanus shots.

Based on a survey of 116 people who prefer reading a textbook chapter over listening to a lecture and 311 people total.

July 11's correlation

In general, 47 percent of people say they are probably, or certainly, addicted to caffeine. But among those who have dated a co-worker, 69 percent say they are probably, or certainly, addicted to caffeine.

Based on a survey of 120 people who have dated a co-worker and 412 people total.

July 7's correlation

In general, 48 percent of people say they tend to stick to their decisions. But among those who say they're not bad at darts, 69 percent tend to stick to their decisions.

Based on a survey of 116 people who say they're not bad at darts and 342 people total.

July 6's correlation

In general, 52 percent of people like candy corn. But among those who like raspberry vinaigrette salad dressing, 69 percent like candy corn.

Based on a survey of 161 people who like raspberry vinaigrette salad dressing and 341 people total.

July 5's correlation

In general, 38 percent of people prefer their brownies with nuts. But among those who regularly underestimate the time it will take them to get somewhere, 58 percent prefer their brownies with nuts.

Based on a survey of 95 people who regularly underestimate the time it will take them to get somewhere and 327 people total.

July 4's correlation

In general, 32 percent of people prefer apes over monkeys. But among those who'd rather be a hippo than a manatee, 48 percent prefer apes over monkeys.

Based on a survey of 118 people who'd rather be a hippo than a manatee and 298 people total.

July 3's correlation

In general, 59 percent of people like cold pizza. But among those who have lost a nail, 78 percent like cold pizza.

Based on a survey of 111 people who have lost a nail and 336 people total.

July 2's correlation

In general, 45 percent of people delete or move their emails after they've read them. But among those who look down when they're thinking hard, 61 percent delete or move their emails after they've read them.

Based on a survey of 114 people who look down when they're thinking hard and 332 people total.

July 1's correlation

In general, 63 percent of people draw the head, then the features, when making a smiley face. But among those who know a good florist, 82 percent draw the head, then the features, when making a smiley face.

Based on a survey of 85 people who know a good florist and 341 people total.

June 30's correlation

In general, 28 percent of people say they know how to perform at least one half-decent magic trick. But among those who habitually tap their fingers on tables and desks, 45 percent know how to perform at least one half-decent magic trick.

Based on a survey of 126 people who habitually tap their fingers on tables and desks and 344 people total.

June 29's correlation

In general, 48 percent of people say they tend to stick to their decisions. But among those who are more likely to look right than left when they're thinking hard, 66 percent tend to stick to their decisions.

Based on a survey of 104 people who say they're more likely to look right than left when they're thinking hard and 311 people total.

June 28's correlation

In general, 46 percent of people regularly eat yogurt. But among those who support laws that require foods containing genetically modified ingredients to be labeled as such, 63 percent regularly eat yogurt.

Based on a survey of 126 people who support laws that require foods containing genetically modified ingredients to be labeled as such and 316 people total.

June 27's correlation

In general, 47 percent of people draw the hat separately when they write the number 5. But among those who pull off the stem before they eat an apple, 64 percent draw the hat separately when they write the number 5.

Based on a survey of 138 people who pull off the stem before they eat an apple and 366 people total.

June 25's correlation

In general, 44 percent of people prefer a vertical tire swing over a horizontal tire swing. But among those who would never drive barefooted, 60 percent prefer a vertical tire swing.

Based on a survey of 118 people who would never drive barefooted and 362 people total.

June 24's correlation

In general, 55 percent of people say squeaking styrofoam really irritates them. But among those who have used 'Best,' to sign an email or letter, 77 percent say squeaking styrofoam really irritates them.

Based on a survey of 83 people who have used 'Best,' to sign an email or letter and 358 people total.

June 23's correlation

In general, 48 percent of people say they are more likely to sleep on their left side. But among those who dislike peas, 72 percent say they are more likely to sleep on their left side.

Based on a survey of 81 people who don't like peas and 356 people total.

June 22's correlation

In general, 43 percent of people prefer their vitamins in gummi bear form. But among those who say that when they're alone, they give most things they do their own sound effect, 62 percent prefer their vitamins in gummi bear form.

Based on a survey of 88 people who say that when they're alone, they give most things they do their own sound effect, and 350 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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