There aren't many people that don't dislike or fear at least one kind of 'creepy-crawly'. In Great Britain, a recent survey by YouGov suggests that the most disliked of these little critters in the country are spiders, with 22 percent choosing our eight-legged friends as the one they dislike the most. Although spiders in the UK are unlikely to pose any actual danger, wasps can at least cause some pain - or worse if there's an allergy involved - and they accumulated 19 percent of the responses. Cockroaches rounded off the top three with 18 percent. Perhaps an obscure choice, but 3 percent of respondents said they have more of a problem with moths than they do with the more traditional subjects of phobias and hatred.
The UK's most hated creepy-crawlies
This chart presents the results of the survey question: "Which one of the following insects/bugs/creepy-crawlies do you dislike the most?"