D.C. Residents Most Likely To Have Unsanitary Habits: Study

August 28, 2019

D.C. residents are the most likely to indulge in unsanitary habits, a new study says. 

The District also ranked No. 14 on the list of the most vain cities in the country. 

The Quality Logo Products study surveyed more than 2,700 people across 25 cities in the U.S. about their personal care habits. 

The group’s findings revealed Americans spend an average of 33.6 minutes on daily personal care, which includes showering, shaving, brushing teeth and putting on makeup. 

About two-thirds of respondents also admitted to urinating in the shower. 

Thirty-eight percent of D.C. residents said they urinate in the shower often or all the time, and 35 percent said they regularly pick their noses. 

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