Facebook research: What kind of people love cats?

You know the eternal rivalry between cats and dog fans? According to this story, people who love dogs are cheerful and cheerful while those who prefer cats are more self-confident and more independent.

But the social network of all social networks, Facebook, has revealed to us what kind of people are like cats and those who like dogs, given the content they share there. Let’s listen!

The survey was conducted on as many as 160,000 people with profiles on Facebook, and only those with a cat or dog were taken into account. Further, what kind of photos are shared between you and what kind of content they generally publish.

The main conclusion – People who have cats are mostly lonely and are often sad, while those who have dogs are happier and have more friends or more active social life.

Apart from this, it was concluded that people with cats for pets are more tired than anything, while people with dogs have easy excitement about a variety of things, especially those that make them positive and good.

But even though dog fans have more friends (we do not know about real-life ones, here it’s primarily about Facebook friends), cats fans are nevertheless invited to many more social events.

What is particularly interesting is the next item from this research – People who prefer cats are more often single, but again they feel more loved than when they are people who prefer dogs.

Furthermore, crazy fans are more likely to watch science-fiction movies and anime, while dog fans love movies like “Marley and Me”. Similar to books, for example, people who love cats often read books about Count Dracula.

Also, cats lovers more often live in cities, while dog lovers prefer suburban and rural areas.

And, well, what to say after this really great social network study? One would have thought that much more would be clearer, but what was said before was actually done. But what about people who like cats and dogs alike? In which tray do they squeeze?

p. s. This is just a facebook research

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