A survey carried out by British TV channel, Syfy, shows that less than two out of every 10 people in Northern Ireland are likely to keep a secret.
The survey has dubbed Northern Irish the biggest blabbers. It also says that 55 percent of the people of Northern Ireland would divulge a detrimental secret about someone else. It also showed that only 40 percent would be happy to confide a secret in their partners.
The people of Northern Ireland also have little faith in the loose lips at the office. No one interviewed said that they would trust their colleagues and only 2.5 percent said they would trust their bosses.
The topics of these secrets were also discovered in the survey. In the whole of Britain, a huge 42 percent keep secrets about relationships while in Northern Ireland 27 percent have secrets about relationships and 27 percent have secrets about money.
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