How Weegie you are: ET readers are most like Mary Doll

Most Evening Times Online readers are as Weegie as Rab C Nesbitt favourite Mary Doll.

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Over 4,000 readers have taken part in our "how Weegie are you?" test and the answers up until Wednesday, April 9, prove that the you lot are like the character portrayed by Elaine C Smith.

Surprisingly, almost as many people are as Weegie as her husband Rab C Nesbitt - who we decided was the ultimate Weegie - as they are John Barrowman, who is the lowest on our scale.

The test also proved that Still Game is a popular as ever with a massive 84.4% of you voting the show as your Scottish favourite over River City and Take the High Road.

You can see the full breakdown below, and use the tabs on our graphic to see how the results break down. Take the test go here

 

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