What Is Your County’s Average Bedtime? What About Total Hours of Sleep? These Two Maps Have the Answers

A new map crated by an audio company purports to show which cities get the most and least sleep across the U.S.

According to Jawbone, Brooklyn — a borough in New York City — stays up the latest (12:07 a.m.), while Maui and Kaui counties in Hawaii go to bed the earliest (10:31 p.m. and 10:33 p.m.).

Image source: Screen grab via Jawbone
Image source: Screen grab via Jawbone

Here’s how New York City breaks down:

Brooklyn (Kings County): 12:07am
Manhattan (New York County): 11:55pm
Queens (Queens County): 11:52pm
Bronx (Bronx County): 11:47pm
Staten Island (Richmond County): 11:46pm

And other cities known for their nightlife:

Miami, FL (Miami-Dade County): 11:54pm
Atlantic City, NJ (Atlantic County): 11:53pm
Las Vegas, NV (Clark County): 11:49pm
New Orleans, LA (Orleans County): 11:47pm

Another map created by Jawbone reveals the total hours of night sleep by U.S. county.

Image source: Screen grab via Jawbone
Image source: Screen grab via Jawbone

According to the findings, people living cities don’t appear to get the National Institute of Health’s recommended seven hours of sleep. In fact, not one city averaged that amount of sleep per night.

In contrast, those residing in counties had much healthier sleep numbers.

Both maps were produced using data from over one million UP wearers who tracked their sleep using UP by Jawbone.

(H/T: MIC)

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