Staten Island ranked as New York’s most sleep-deprived borough

Who could dream of it?

Sleepy Staten Island leads the state in inability to sleep well.

A staggering 44% of adults in Richmond County reported insufficient sleep. According to a new report from Charlotte’s WebKBR company.

The Forgotten Neighborhood ranks first in New York State for sleepiness and 14th in the rankings. top 20 list sleep-deprived counties across the country.

Upstate Fulton County ranks second in the state with 43% of adults not catching enough ZZZ.

The other four districts are also awake. In the Bronx, 42% of adults are sleep deprived; Brooklyn was at 41%; Queens at 40% and Manhattan at 38%.

Charlotte’s web pulled data from the Institute of Public Health at the University of Wisconsin. It is based on the percentage of adults who sleep less than 7 hours per night on average.

The study found that Cumberland County topped New Jersey as the state’s most sleep-deprived at 43%.

Cumberland joined Staten Island representing a Tri-State Territory in first place in the tired rankings, ranking 15th nationally. New Haven and New London counties share the lead in Connecticut at 38%, making the state 40th nationwide.

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