Which star sign is the worst with New Year's resolutions? A new study has the intel

Where do you stack up in the findings? Here's hoping New Year's resolutions are doable for all members of the zodiac

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Sticking to New Year's resolutions isn't always easy, especially for some members of the zodiac. 

As it turns out, astrological birth charts can be telling come January 1. When it comes to resolutions, some of us are inclined to see things through over the course of 12 months, while others might jump ship around April or May (especially if a tedious workout is involved). 

Regardless of what our 2023 horoscope predictions indicate, everyone has ideas of how they want their new year to play out. To see what will unfold by the end of 2023, Reboot SEO Agency (opens in new tab) analyzed Statista (opens in new tab) findings to uncover which signs are most likely to keep their resolutions...and which are not. 

Have a look at the results below. Do you agree?

Which star signs will stick to their New Year's resolutions?

Drumroll, please! According to Reboot SEO Agency, these signs are most likely going to follow through with their plans: 

  • Taurus: 100%
  • Virgo: 95%
  • Leo: 85%
  • Cancer: 80%
  • Libra: 75%
  • Capricorn: 70%
  • Pisces: 30%
  • Scorpio: 25%
  • Sagittarius: 20%
  • Aquarius: 15%
  • Aries: 5%
  • Gemini: 0%

Given that Geminis are considered an indecisive member of the zodiac, it's likely they'll change their minds at some point throughout the year and perhaps have new goals in mind. 

"Air signs are such logical, mental people who have a tendency to overthink," astrologer Liz Simmons (opens in new tab) previously told us. 

Perhaps if they're too busy weighing different options, it might be a while before there are any results. However, much like what Simmons has suggested about astrological compatibility, you can make any resolution work, regardless of what your birth chart says. It's all about you as an individual. 

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Meet the expert: Liz Simmons

Liz Simmons is a freelance writer, astrologer, and tarot reader based in Salem, MA. She views astrology and tarot as another tool in our arsenal to understand the cosmic interplay in our lives. Currently, Liz contributes astrological articles and horoscopes to StyleCaster, POPSUGAR and Astrology.com. She is also the resident astrologer at ASCEND Get Lifted. Check out Liz’s Instagram @the__crone (opens in new tab) and her website, the-crone.com. 

If you need a little extra push to keep to those annual goals, however, try setting intentions during the next new moon on January 21! The pros insist it's a great time to make dreams come to life.

"This is a much better moon to set your intentions for the new year now that Mercury and Mars are direct," says astrologer Desiree Roby Antila (opens in new tab). "Rally with your crew to move against conformity while supporting community."

Desiree Roby Antila
Meet the expert: Desiree Roby Antila

Desiree Roby Antila, author of Sun Signs in Love (opens in new tab), specializes in sun signs and astrological relationships. She has been studying astrology for several decades and has written numerous articles on matchmaking, cosmic timing, forecasts, and more. Desiree also teaches astrology classes in her local community and has conducted hundreds of natal chart and synastry readings.

Cheers to the New Year—and sticking to that new workout plan! And be sure to have a look at 2023's luckiest numbers for each zodiac sign and find who is the luckiest zodiac sign of 2023

Danielle Valente

Danielle is a writer for woman&home and My Imperfect Life, covering all-things news, lifestyle and entertainment. 


The heart of her time at Future has been devoted to My Imperfect Life, where she's been attuned to the cosmos, new TV shows and relationship trends.  


Before her time at Future, Danielle was the editor of Time Out New York Kids and a news editor at Elite Daily. Her work has also appeared in Domino, Chowhound, amNewYork and Newsday, among other outlets. 


When Danielle is not working, you can usually find her reading a book, coffee at hand, or attempting a new recipe. (Recommendations always welcome!)