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Plotting out sadness: How is your Canadian city feeling? Add to ...

Who is most likely to feel the February blues? Those who spend too much, drink too much and feel they should better manage their time, according to new research from Environics Analytics. Emily Anderson, an Environics senior analyst, used two types of data to assess various groups for their propensity to feel the blues. One set measured financial stress through debt-to-income ratios. The other looked at answers to survey questions such as whether someone feels they drink too much, should eat better or have too much stress in their life. Here's what she found:

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