Technically, I would think that most people would involuntarily turn right seeing as most people –– approximately seventeen out of twenty –– are right handed and think in a right-dominant manner. Thinking back on it, most right-handed or self-proclaiming ambidextrous people will say, though, that they usually turn left, but the truth is, we naturally turn right more often than we think seeing as it is mostly a natural reaction rather than one we usually think long and hard about. Because all of the influences in the modern outside world –– for instance, roads (in some countries they drive on the left side; I wonder how that got started?), shaking hands with the right hand, spiral notebooks, and the supermarket example –– it probably has been wired in our minds that right is the correct way to turn. Being ambidextrous and left-inclined myself, these things confuse me, and sometimes I wonder if, before different races of people from different countries intermixed, there could have been entire countries and groups of separate people who were all completely lefties, or in which being a righty would be the oddity. But on the contrary, research shows that even if two left-handed parents have a child, there is only a 50% chance that this baby will turn out to be left-handed, while if two right-handed parents have a child there is a drastic 2% chance. Okay, that was really off subject. But the point is clear. We are a right-inclined society, hence we automatically turn right.