Cursive. But then some people have trouble reading my cursive, let alone any kind of cursive. To me, my cursive is as normal as cursive gets. It isn't fancy or eloquent like many other cursive I have seen.
My print? It is horrible, but if people can't read my cursive... I let them read my print.
I make an "intention" of every cursive letter, even though they may not all be identifiable. The flow is like normal cursive, smooth and connected, capitals about twice or so as large as lowercase, still loops where there should be, but nothing extra. It's simply derived from writing in my own style (which is very clear and legible, but a thing of function rather than beauty), as quickly and "recklessly" as possible.