Survey finds Mondays aren't so bad
STONY BROOK, N.Y. (KGO) -- It would be easy to assume that Monday would make it as the grumpiest day of the week -- but that may not be true.
Stony Brook University researchers analyzed Gallup poll data from 340,000 men and women collected over a year, and found people complained equally every day of the week, except for Friday and Saturday. They also found that Tuesdays at 11:45 in the morning may be when bad moods peak.
Meantime, Vermont University team checked some two million tweets and found the most negative words were used on Wednesdays.
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