Nationwide insurance polled 1,000 people, and four in five think America's driving habits have gotten worse during the pandemic.
81% think other drivers are more aggressive . . . 76% think they're more reckless . . . and 79% think people are speeding more.
We don't have a ton of confidence in "the other guy" in general. Only 29% think most people are "very good" or "excellent" drivers. 85% of us think WE'RE a great driver though.
These last few stats don't exactly back that up . . .
54% of people said they've driven at least 10 miles over the speed limit in the past year . . . 53% have eaten food while driving . . . 17% have blown through a stop sign or traffic light . . . and 34% think it's safe to use your phone while you drive.
They also asked a few road rage questions: 23% of us have yelled at another driver in the past year . . . and 21% have tossed up a middle finger.
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