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Belief around Superstitions
  • Is Friday, the thirteenth an unlucky day for you
  • Do you get nervous if a black cat crosses your path?
  • Do you avoid walking under ladders?

Many of us believe these superstitions. We change our route if we see a black cat, cross our fingers for good luck, and stop everyone who tries to open an umbrella inside.

But how many Americans are actually superstitious?

With March 13th falling on a Friday, YouGov conducted an interesting study where they asked Americans how superstitious they are. In their responses, only 9% admitted to being superstitious while 35% said that they were not very superstitious.


It looks like the Americans are not worried much about the two Friday, the thirteenth that we will be seeing in 2020. Or any other myth for the matter! Are you?
Belief around Superstitions
Infographic by: www.statista.com

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Belief around Superstitions #Infographic

Belief around Superstitions
  • Is Friday, the thirteenth an unlucky day for you
  • Do you get nervous if a black cat crosses your path?
  • Do you avoid walking under ladders?

Many of us believe these superstitions. We change our route if we see a black cat, cross our fingers for good luck, and stop everyone who tries to open an umbrella inside.

But how many Americans are actually superstitious?

With March 13th falling on a Friday, YouGov conducted an interesting study where they asked Americans how superstitious they are. In their responses, only 9% admitted to being superstitious while 35% said that they were not very superstitious.


It looks like the Americans are not worried much about the two Friday, the thirteenth that we will be seeing in 2020. Or any other myth for the matter! Are you?
Belief around Superstitions
Infographic by: www.statista.com

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