Who could have dreamed it?
Sleepy Staten Island leads the state in its inability to get proper shuteye.
A staggering 44% of adults in Richmond County reported insufficient sleep, according to a new report by Charlotte’s Web, a CBD company.
The forgotten borough ranks first in New York State for drowsiness and is No. 14 in the list of the top 20 sleep-deprived counties in the entire country.
Upstate’s Fulton County is second in the state with 43% of adults not catching enough ZZZs.
The other four boroughs aren’t sleeping in, either. In the Bronx, 42% of adults aren’t getting enough sleep; Brooklyn was at 41%; Queens at 40%, and Manhattan at 38%.
Charlotte’s web pulled the data from the University of Wisconsin Population Health Institute. It is based on the percentage of adults who reported an average of fewer than 7 hours of sleep a night.
The study found that Cumberland County topped New Jersey as the most sleep-deprived in that state, with 43% percent.
Cumberland joined Staten Island representing the tri-state area at the top of the tired rankings, coming in at No. 15 nationwide. New Haven and New London counties tied for the lead in in Connecticut at 38%, landing that state 40th on the nationwide list.