Virginians among least extroverted, least agreeable in U.S.
Virginians need to get out more often and be a little nicer– or at least that's what a new psychological study [pdf] indicates. According to scientists from the University of Texas at Austin and Britain's University of Cambridge, Virginia is the 45th-most introverted state, as well as being the 44th-most agreeable, according to their study of 500,000 Americans and their exhibition of the "Big Five" personality traits: extroversion, conscientiousness, openness, agreeableness, and neuroticism. The study finds North Dakotans are both the most extroverted, and most agreeable Americans.
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