You may have already guessed it but now it's official - the Central line is the most hated tube line.

That's according to YouGov's latest survey, which revealed almost a quarter (24 per cent) of Londoners disliking the Central line.

The Northern line came a close second with 23 per cent, while the Jubilee and DLR were the most liked Tube lines.

It may be down to the fact that the Central line is the busiest Tube line with around 260 million passenger journeys made each year.

With this comes other unwanted titles - the Central line is the most delayed, most crime-ridden line on the network, as well as the second hottest and second dirtiest.

Passengers lost a total of over 1.8 million hours due to delayed trains in the first six months of 2016.

Last year, British Transport Police revealed the Central line had the highest number of crimes reported, with 3,783 incidents over a two-year period from January 1, 2014 to December 8, 2015.

YouGov's survey of 1,651 Londoners also shined the light on the things that really annoy us about the way people behave underground.

Fewer than a quarter of Londoners want fellow passengers to start conversations with them on the Tube.

More than half of those polled prefer it when other people do not talk to them on the Underground.

Only 23 per cent are in favour of having a chat while travelling in the capital, with 22 per cent unsure about it.

Women are less likely to want someone to strike up a conversation than men, while passengers over 65 are more in favour of people talking to them on the Tube than any other age category.

The survey also revealed the most annoying Tube behaviour is when people try to enter a carriage without giving passengers the chance to get off first.

Nine out of ten Londoners find this annoying, with 61 per cent describing it as "very" annoying.

Other complaints in the top 10 include playing music out loud from an electronic device without using headphones, being drunk and eating smelly food.