Four Stats About Friday the 13th and Superstitions


Four Stats About Friday the 13th and Superstitions
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If you’re worried about running into some bad luck today, you’re not alone. Here are four stats about Friday the 13th and superstitions . . .

  1.  80% of people consider themselves to be superstitious.
  2.  The most common superstition we have is wearing lucky socks . . . followed by knocking on wood . . . wearing lucky pants . . . having a lucky coin . . . and crossing our fingers.
  3.  The top five moments when we’re MOST superstitious are: when we’re taking a test . . . when we’re buying a lotto ticket or gambling . . . during an important life moment like buying a house or getting married . . . when we’re looking for a new job . . . and when it’s Friday the 13th or Halloween.
  4.  And about 5% of people say they plan on STAYING HOME all day today to reduce their chances of having bad luck.

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