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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May 15's correlation

70 percent of people who are afraid of heights understand HTML, compared with 57 percent of people in general.

Based on a survey of 176 people who are afraid of heights and 474 people in general.

May 14's correlation

81 percent of with no older siblings describe themselves as bad dancers, compared with 69 percent of people in general.

Based on a survey of 298 people with no older siblings and 521 people in general.

May 13's correlation

57 percent of people who know how to Moonwalk are married, compared with 44 percent of people in general.

Based on a survey of 142 people who know how to Moonwalk and 524 people in general.

May 12's correlation

62 percent of people who primarily write in cursive are fiction lovers, compared with 49 percent of people in general.

Based on a survey of 199 people who primarily write in cursive and 537 people in general.

May 11's correlation

64 percent of people who belong to a credit union have been involved in scouting, compared with 45 percent of people in general.

Based on a survey of 224 people who belong to a credit union and 557 people in general.

May 10's correlation

87 percent of people who would rather be blind than deaf are comfortable speaking in public, compared with 64 percent of people in general.

Based on a survey of 102 people who would rather be blind than deaf and 559 people in general.

May 9's correlation

Only 44 percent of people who have donated blood have ever gotten a speeding ticket, compared with 57 percent of people in general.

Based on a survey of 285 people who have donated blood and 516 people in general.

May 8's correlation

Only 28 percent of people who prefer pie to cake are multilingual, compared with 40 percent of people in general.

Based on a survey of 216 people who prefer pie to cake and 438 people in general.

May 7's correlation

57 percent of extroverts have worked in restaurants or bars, compared with 40 percent of people in general.

Based on a survey of 149 extroverts and 510 people in general.

May 6's correlation

86 percent of left-handers identify themselves as bad dancers, compared with 71 percent of people in general.

Based on a survey of 114 left-handers and 630 people in general.

May 5's correlation

Only 57 percent of people with a bad sense of direction can drive stick-shift, compared with 73 percent of people in general.

Based on a survey of 171 people with a bad sense of direction and 585 people in general.

May 4's correlation

71 percent of perfume/cologne wearers prefer debit cards over credit cards, compared with 53 percent of people in general.

Based on a survey of 187 people who regularly wear perfume/cologne and 668 people in general.

May 3's correlation

58 percent of people who can't drive stick-shift are tea drinkers, compared with 42 percent of people in general.

Based on a survey of 175 people who can't drive stick-shift and 637 people in general.

May 2's correlation

66 percent of people who can tie a cherry stem in a knot with their tongue have been involved in scouting, compared with 45 percent of people in general.

Based on a survey of 106 people who can tie a cherry stem in a knot with their tongue and 475 people in general.

May 1's correlation

82 percent of people who have worked in a restaurant or bar own iPods/iPads, compared with 66 percent of people in general.

Based on a survey of 204 people who have worked in a restaurant or bar and 507 people in general.

April 30's correlation

40 percent of people who value security more than liberty identify themselves as good singers, compared with 26 percent of people in general.

Based on a survey of 184 people who value security more than liberty and 592 people in general.

April 29's correlation

70 percent of men say they can burp at will, compared with only 34 percent of women.

Based on a survey of 256 men and 277 women.

April 28's correlation

65 percent of banana haters like fiction, compared with 49 percent of people in general.

Based on a survey of 158 people who don't like bananas and 477 people in general.

April 27's correlation

53 percent of people who have testified in court have visited a chiropractor, compared with 32 percent of people in general.

Based on a survey of 83 people who have testified in court and 575 people in general.

April 26's correlation

83 percent of non-terrible bowlers know how to tie a necktie, compared with 70 percent of people in general.

Based on a survey of 246 non-terrible bowlers and 546 people in general.

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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)

It's fun. It's painless. It's free. Enjoy.

Shaun Gallagher, Correlated founder

 

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