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A UK study correlates car brands (and other things) to a psychopathy score

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A UK study correlates car brands (and other things) to a psychopathy score

Kind of a weird study, only 2,000 respondents (and we don't know how many respondents by brand) and it was done in the UK (car brands are different there etc etc) so take it with a HUGE grain of salt. Clearly, this was just intended as click bait as opposed to being a serious study but, as click-bait, it certainly works.

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Probably not that in accurate. Face With Tears Of Joy

BMW and Audi drivers are known to be aggressive and assholes on the road.

Honda is probably to do with the younger demographic buying Civics - specifically Type R and similar and Mazda is probably because they’re considered sporty (zoom zoom).

Skoda and Kia at the bottom of the list are probably mostly being driven by more value conscious older people not too interested in cars, while most of the ones in the middle of the list are more generic middle of the range car brands.

Basically, if you drive a fast, loud car on the road you’re probably more likely to be a psychopath.Winking Face

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