Couples in Idaho are some of the least argumentative in the nation.

Idaho couples spend an average of 10 nights per month on the couch... almost double the national average

The folks at Mattress Clarity crunched numbers relating to things like how many arguments couples have each month and how many nights one of you sleeps on the couch. In the end, Idaho does pretty well compared to most states.

Idaho couples have about 14 arguments per month, which is below the national average of 19. Even though we argue less, we seem to spend more time on the couch.  Idaho couples spend an average of 10 nights per month on the couch... almost double the national average. (Maybe we're just crashing after a Netflix binge?)

It's also interesting to note that Idaho couples argue way less when compared to any of our neighbors in the Northwest.  Wyoming couples have an astounding 37 arguments per month, which isn't all that surprising to me. It's cold in Wyoming; and when you're cold, you're pissed. You do the math.