Study Reveals Women More Prone To Road Rage Than Men

July 27, 2012 12:00 AM

Study Reveals Women More Prone To Road Rage Than Men

" A new survey of America’s commuters reveals some interesting facts. Chief among them: many folks text and drive, while far more — especially women — have a tendency to fly off the handle.

The study was conducted by Harris Interactive between May 14 and June 4 of this year. Over 3,800 commuters were surveyed, all of whom were employed full-time and most of whom (83%) drove to their workplaces. For the purposes of the study, Harris limited participants to those who were not self-employed and not in government jobs.

When all the dust had settled, Harris found that America has some very angry drivers, and quite a few who aren’t entirely safety-conscious. Here are the major takeaways:

Women are more prone to road rage than men "

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