A website called Hunch.com polled over 200,000 pet owners to find out if they were cat people or dog people. And they also asked a bunch of weird questions to find out how they're different.
It turns out they have a few things in common: They both tend to talk to animals, including cats AND dogs. They're both just as likely to have a college degree. And they both hate shirts and sweaters that have pictures of animals on them.
Now, here are eight weird ways cat people and dog people different:
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Dog People Like Paul McCartney.
They’re 18% more likely to say he’s their favorite Beatle. While cat people are 25% more likely to pick George Harrison.
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Cat People Like to Tweet.
According to the poll, they’re 10% more likely to use Twitter than dog people are.
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Dog People Are 30% More Likely to Enjoy Slapstick Comedy and Impressions.
Cat people are 21% more likely to enjoy irony and puns.
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Dog People Like Zoos.
They’re 9% more likely to think of them as “happy” places.
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Cat People Are More Introverted.
They’re 14% more likely to stay close to their friends at a party.
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Dog People Are 11% More Likely to Support Cloning
But only for animals.
Cat People Are More Educated.
They’re 17% more likely to have a graduate degree.
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Dog People Have Trendier Ringtones.
They’re 36% more likely to use a pop song.