If you hide candy around the house, then you are part of the 59 percent of Americans who take solitude in having a private sweet treat.
A study conducted by OnePoll in conjunction with HI-CHEW found that people hide candy because they're afraid someone will eat it all before they can.
52 percent of those polled said they hide candy from their partners while the other half of the study said they hide it from their children. Top hiding places included a high cabinet or dresser.
10 percent of Americans hide candy under their bed with more creative hiding places being, a hollowed-out book on a bookshelf and a box of noodles.
TOP PEOPLE AMERICANS HIDE CANDY FROM
1. Their partner/significant other 52%
2. Their child/children 51%
3. Their co-workers 31%
4. Their roommate/roommates 28%
AMERICANS’ TOP CANDY HIDING SPOTS
1. A high cabinet 32%
2. Their dresser 32%
3. Their desk 26%
4. Their closet 24%
5. Above the fridge 22%
6. In their bag 22%
7. In their car 18%
8. Under their bed 10%