Brits are angriest Europeans: poll

15th May 2009, Comments 0 comments

The average Britons get angry four times a day while most relaxed Dans are annoyed once every 10 days.

London – Britons get angry more often than any of their European counterparts, while the Danes are the most relaxed, a new poll published Friday showed.

According to the survey, the average Briton admits to being angry four times a day, while adults in Denmark say they get angry just once every 10 days.

Italians are peeved 3.5 times per day, the French get angry three times a day, and Germans are annoyed 2.4 times a day, the survey said.

Britons were most likely to be angered by queue jumpers, Italians were most annoyed by poor driving, and the French were likely to be riled by bad food and service in restaurants.

Swedes and Norwegians, by contrast, were most likely to be angered by people mocking their countries.

Six thousand adults in Austria, Britain, Denmark, France, Germany, Greece, Italy, Norway, Portugal, Spain and Sweden were questioned for the survey, which was carried out by 72 Point for broadcaster GOLD.

AFP / Expatica

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