Ever wonder if the only person to go to bed before midnight on New Year’s Eve is you? Being that New Year’s Eve is a holiday that is completely driven by the time on the clock, it might seem lame to go to bed before the clock strikes 12, but as an American, you are not the only one! According to this data, one-third of Americans’ heads hit their pillow before the clock struck twelve on New Year’s.
The data was collected and shared by Jawbone, a leader in the field of Fitness Trackers where the software tracks activity as well as sleeping patterns. And although this data is not scientific, it certainly gives insight into New Year’s Eve’s party patterns. In this case, it provides the data by country and the U.S. is behind its counterparts. Russia leads the world in New Year’s Night Owls with the average time being near 4:00 a.m., with others like Canada and India taking it into the 2:00 a.m. hour.