Saturday, July 11, 2020
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Dailey Bailey: Dog People Have More Friends Than Cat People, But Watch Less Hip TV Shows

A new study looked at dog people and cat people on Facebook to find the biggest differences between them. And . . . they mainly just confirmed some stereotypes. Here are the four big things they found . . .

1. Dog people seem more excitable and emotional . . . and cat people seem moodier and a little smug.

The words that dog people are much more likely to use include “excited,” “proud,” “blessed,” and “fabulous.” Cat people’s top words are “tired,” “amused,” “annoyed,” “happy,” and “sad.”

2. Cat people watch hipper TV shows. They’re more likely to watch anime, “Doctor Who”, and shows on Cartoon Network. Dog people are more likely to watch “Grey’s Anatomy” and “Duck Dynasty”.

3. Dog people have an average of 26 more Facebook friends, but cat people get invited to more events.

4. And finally, cat people are more likely to be single than dog people, 30% to 24%.