October 27, 2020

Report: Mississippians least selfie-obsessed state (congratulations)

Mississippians need to stand up and be proud. We’ve finally made it to the top of a national list — just don’t take a selfie to celebrate or you’ll ruin the moment.

Residents of the Magnolia State are obsessed with many, many important things — fried foods, football, banana pudding, etc. — but they’re not obsessed with taking silly self portraits (particularly not like those crazy self-absorbed Nevada residents).

You see, a new study by a publicity arm of AT&T recently reported Mississippi is the “least selfie-obsessed state” in the U.S. Congratulations (but put that phone back in your pocket and just use your memory to remember this moment of pride.

Nevada was ranked as the most self-obsessed.

The study, conducted by All Home Connections, apparently used Twitter data to rank states.

The study also showed interesting conclusions:

  • Selfies taken of the left cheek are more well-received than ones from the right cheek.
  • There have been 250 selfie-related deaths since 2011.
  • Sunday was most popular day to share a selfie.

Here’s a link to the full results of the study.

https://www.attsavings.com/resources/entertainment/the-most-selfie-obsessed-states-in-america/