It’s March, and apparently, everyone’s fairly indifferent about it.

A new survey asked people to name their favorite and least favorite month.  And March didn’t get a ton of votes either way . . . 4% of people said it’s their favorite, 6% said it’s their least favorite.

The big winner is . . . October.  15% of people say it’s their favorite month, and only 3% say it’s their least favorite, which is the best ratio of good to bad of any month in the study.

On the other end of things, only 3% of people say January is their favorite month, versus 26% who say it’s their least favorite, which is the worst ratio.

Here are the full rankings, based on the difference between people who say it’s their favorite month versus people who say it’s their least favorite:

October . . . May . . . June . . . July . . . September . . . April . . . December . . . November . . . March . . . August . . . February . . . and January.