While most of us don’t know our credit score, this powerful three-digit representation of financial responsibility reveals an awful lot about us. Not even just as it relates to money. Sure, your credit score does indicate your ability to obtain credit as well as its ultimate cost. But it also says so much more, from how difficult it will be for singles to find spouses to which presidential candidate we’re most likely to vote for.
In search of an even deeper understanding of how our tastes, interests, lifestyles and demographics either influence our credit standing or serve as a reflection of it, WalletHub conducted a nationally representative survey of 1,000 people. We asked respondents to check their credit score, obviously, and then followed with the hard-hitting questions that are on everyone’s minds these days. Questions such as, “Who do you like more: Kanye West or Taylor Swift?”, “Who is your favorite late-night TV host?”, and “Are you a cat or a dog person?”
You can find the complete results – a mix of fun facts and crazy correlations tied to the most important number in personal finance – below.