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Study Reveals Which Kids Are Likely to Be Naughty or Nice According to Their Name

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By Rachel Bertsche | Yahoo Parenting

Santa’s making his list and checking it twice – and if your kids are named Anna, Courtney, Harry or Ryan, there’s a good chance they’ve landed in the nice column.


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School Stickers, a UK company that supplies schools with stickers, postcards and certificates to reward good behavior, released their annual “Naughty or Nice Names List” on Tuesday, revealing the names of the most well-behaved kids of 2015 — as well as the year’s biggest troublemakers.

According to the study, which analyzed who got the most (and least) reward stickers for good behavior among more than 70,000 students, girls named Anna, Courtney, Millie, and Mia are the most likely to be “nice.” On the boys’ side, parents can expect good behavior out of Harry, Ryan, Ethan, and Lewis.

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But on the naughty list, girls named Leah, Eleanor, Jasmine, and Abigail took the top spots. Boys named Joseph, James, and Joshua were found to make the most mischief.

Here’s the full list:

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Posted by June 22, 2015 in Conscious Living, Conscious Parenting with 0 Comments

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  1. 913481592075495@facebook.com' Rachael Origenes Palma Gordove says:

    This is interesting!!!

  2. 545116452305577@facebook.com' Tabitha Sauceman says:

    Struggling for real news are we??

  3. 10207950975363060@facebook.com' James P Moon says:

    This is absolutely absurd.
    You call this a study?
    Come on.

  4. 852949964822741@facebook.com' Katherine Agnes Neisen says:

    It seems like it should be opposite to me…

  5. 969242486448532@facebook.com' Alex Barati says:

    I wouldn’t call such things ‘a study’ maybe interesting statistics or just simply BS

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