As soon as winter starts wearing out its welcome, people start CLAMORING for summer. So how is it once it finally arrives?
According to a new poll, the average American is in a good mood for 59% of the summer, which breaks down to roughly 53 out of the 90 days of summer.
The survey was conducted THIS summer . . . and obviously, we’ve been dealing with a pandemic . . . but the survey didn’t address restrictions or anything like that.
They also didn’t ask about other seasons, so it’s unclear how summer stacks up.
People’s favorite summer “mood-boosters” include: Flowers blooming, seeing the trees budding, and taking a walk in the park.
On a side note, the survey also asked about sunscreen. 96% of people say they don’t wear sunscreen every day . . . while 57% admitted they NEVER wear sunscreen while they’re outside.