TAG A SARAH AND/OR A DAVID
This is the redemption arc for the Karens.
According to some research, it was found that Karens are in fact not the biggest (stereotypical) complainers – but it’s the Sarah’s and the David’s.
According to TrustPilot, it was found that the name David was registered 20,000 times in the UK in terms of lowest possible rating givers. They were followed by John, Chris, Mark and James.
However, the name Sarah popped up 13,971 times as the only female name in the top 10 one star raters.
However, the popularity of these names makes it more complicated as when it comes to the 5 star raters, David was once again at the top of the list and Sarah in 6th place.
Ironically, Karen only popped up in the top 5 rater list at number 13. If we looked at the US, John took the lead, with all the top ten 1-star raters being male names. The only female name was Lisa at 11th place.
But, as aforementioned, maybe it has to do with a person’s personality rather than abstract name stereotypes?