A recent study has identified the most judgemental demographic amongst North Americans, finding that people who claim that they don’t judge are actually really judgemental.
A group of random North Americans were placed in a room and shown footage of various judgeable things including guys wiping cheetos crumbs on their pantlegs, drunk people going man-down at parties, and several dubious wardrobe combination choices. Researchers measured the amount of time until the participants commented and qualitatively studied their remarks.
Those who mentioned that “[they] don’t judge” had the greatest tendency to make judgemental comments about what they were presented with in the shortest period of time. Researchers involved say they are unsurprised by the results, and that all those judgy people need to get some respect for themselves.