In UK Londoners swear most often

All those, who watched the films of Guy Ritchie, know that the speech of the residents of London is quite expressive. Recently, this was almost an official confirmation: Londoners are indeed the most cantankerous in the country. In fact, this conclusion can be utter rubbish, because the poll was conducted not by the most scientific organization in the world - the Soap Supplier company. Probably, its representatives wanted to show that you need to gargle your mouth more often.

Information graphics source -  soapsupplier.co.uk

A survey of 2,000 respondents across the UK showed that residents of the capital use obscene expressions on average 12 times per hour. Residents of Wales use cursing as often as Londoners: every 5 minutes. Even Scots swear less, although they have Malcolm Tucker. Also, thanks to the survey, it was found that men use obscene language more often than women: 10 times an hour, while the females do it 8 times per hour. And more than a third of those polled (35%) often use obscene statements to their boss. In this category of respondents, 64% were men and 36% were women. In general, given that residents of London have the smallest disposable income, the results of the study are quite logical. Is not it?

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