- Harris Poll surveyed 2,234 U.S. adults nationwide and found out the things that bother us the most and how many are annoyed:

 

Air travel

 

  • Misuse of overhead bins on airlines: 65 percent
  • Airline travelers who recline their seats in coach: 35 percent

 

Driving

 

  • Tailgaters: 53 percent
  • Slow drivers who stay in the passing lane: 47 percent

 

Mobile phones

 

  • Using mobile phones in public places: 65 percent
  • Checking a mobile phone while having a face-to-face conversation with someone else: 35 percent

 

E-mail

 

  • Writing emails in all capital letters: 60 percent
  • Being too brief or terse in an email: 40 percent
  • Hitting "reply all" to emails: 51 percent
  • Not replying to an email: 49 percent

 

Social media

 

  • Excessively complaining on social media: 55 percent
  • Excessive braggers: 45 percent

 

Parenting

 

  • Parents who let their children run wild or be disruptive in public: 86 percent
  • Annoyed by unsolicited parenting advice: 14 percent

 

Grammar

 

  • Misuse of common words: 57 percent
  • Unsolicited correction of one's grammar: 43 percent

 

Tardiness

 

  • Being chronically late: 80 percent
  • Those who are intolerant of being even slightly late: 20 percent

 

Noise

 

  • Loud talkers: 71 percent
  • Close talkers: 29 percent

 

Manners

 

  • People who are openly rude: 85 percent
  • Passive aggressive people: 15 percent

 

The Weather

 

  • People who complain about the heat: 57 percent
  • People who complain about the cold: 43 percent