Map Proves New York is Nexis of Neurosis

Just as we always suspected (we always suspect!), the nation's neurotics are concentrated on the East Coast. Richard Florida, Rise of the Creative Class author, and a team of psychologists compiled "hundreds of thousands of individual personality surveys" and found that "personality types are not spread evenly across the country. They cluster," he writes in the Boston Globe. They cluster, in fact, exactly to our preconceived regional stereotypes! After the jump, see where the other sorts of people live—the ones who are "agreeable," "open to experience," "extroverted," and "conscientious." You know, the people who think they're better than us, or whatever.

Map Proves New York is Nexis of Neurosis

As for the "open to experience" people—damn, will you look at California? Fucking hippies.

Map Proves New York is Nexis of Neurosis

[Who's Your City?]