When it Comes to Looks, Half of Us Think We're at Least a Seven
When it Comes to Looks, Half of Us Think We're at Least a Seven - And one-third of us believe we're an eight, nine, or ten. According to a new Living Social survey, pretty much EVERYONE thinks they're better looking than they are.
One out of three people said they were an eight, nine, or ten . . . 57% of people said they were at least a seven . . . and three out of four people rated themselves above a five.
Only 12% of people said they were a four or lower: That's the same number that gave themselves a nine or 10. Only 5% rated themselves a one or two.
The survey also looked at ratings by city, to find out which cities were America's most vain.
Miami gave themselves the highest average rating, followed by Chicago, Atlanta, Philadelphia, and Phoenix.
he city with the lowest self-rating . . . either because they're insecure, or just plain ugly . . . was Cleveland. Followed by Dallas, Detroit, Denver, and Minneapolis-St. Paul.
While people think they're pretty good looking, they aren't as kind to their neighbors. 50% of people agreed with the statement "people in my city are overweight."
28% said "people in my city dress badly," and 19% said "people in my city have bad personal hygiene."