Looks like women may have more road rage than men. According to a survey by Insurance.com, women are more likely to swear in front of the kids while driving than men (44% vs. 30%) and they are more fond of flipping off other drivers (31% vs. 27%).

But men are no angels behind the wheel. They are twice as likely to key someone's car and flash their brights at other drivers.

Check out the full results of the survey (broken down by gender):

Honked at someone driving too slowly
(Women: 39 percent. Men: 43 percent.)

Swore in front of the kids while driving
(Women: 44 percent. Men: 30 percent.)

Flipped someone off while driving
(Women: 31 percent. Men: 27 percent.)

Brake-checked a car following too closely
(Women: 30 percent. Men: 27 percent.)

Sped up significantly to prevent someone from passing you
(Women: 25 percent. Men: 28 percent.)

Gone when it wasn't your turn at a four-way stop
(Women: 18 percent. Men: 20 percent.)

Tailgated someone on purpose because he or she was going too slowly
(Women: 21 percent. Men: 16 percent.)

Driven to the front of a merge line, then swerved and cut in
(Women: 11 percent. Men: 13 percent.)

Stolen a parking spot someone else was waiting for
(Women: 9 percent. Men: 13 percent.)

Driven in the breakdown lane around traffic
(Women: 8 percent. Men: 13 percent.)

Sped up to block another car with its signal on
(Women: 8 percent. Men: 10 percent.)

Chased after a car that cut you off so you could glare at/flip off the other driver
(Women: 7 percent. Men: 11 percent.)

Swore in front of elderly in-laws while driving
(Women: 9 percent. Men: 10 percent.)

Dinged someone's car in a parking lot and driven away
(Women: 8 percent. Men: 8 percent.)

Turned on your brights at an oncoming car just to be mean
(Women: 4 percent. Men: 11 percent.)

Keyed someone's car
(Women: 3 percent. Men: 7 percent.)