If you're a Quebecer and the thought of assembling IKEA furniture fills you with dread, you're definitely not alone. According to a new study, Quebec is tied with Moscow, Russia, as the world's most stressed region when it comes to putting together IKEA furniture. \nThe study, by HouseHoldQuotes, analyzed nearly 50,000 geo-tagged IKEA-themed tweets. It measured the language for levels of stress using a tool called TensiStrength. \nEditor's Choice: Half Of Quebec's Sépaq Camping Sites Are Already Booked For The Summer Season\n\nIn both Quebec and Moscow, 60% of IKEA tweets were "manifesting stress," according to HouseHoldQuotes. \nIcelanders also topped the list — and were the most stressed nation, as opposed to region, in terms of IKEA-themed tweets. \nThe study also measured which IKEA designs cause the most anger, and how your name might connect to the stress IKEA's packaging can cause. You can check out all the findings here.