A driver checks out a heavy jam in Beijing - a city where traffic problems roil residents.
The IBM report also found that of all cities surveyed, anger about traffic was "by far" the highest in Shenzhen and Beijing.
That fact underscores something of a modern universal truism: Nobody likes to sit in traffic. China's government is keenly aware of this and has undertaken a variety of measures to alleviate congestion.
By Charles Riley @CRrileyCNN - Last updated October 07 2012 10:14 PM ET