American families who traditionally prank each other on April Fool's Day 2015

Does your family have a tradition of pranking one another on April Fool's Day?

by Statista Research Department, last edited Mar 25, 2015
American families who traditionally prank each other on April Fool's Day  2015 This statistic shows the results of a 2015 survey among adult Americans on whether their family has a tradition of pranking each other on April Fool's Day, or not. 18 percent of respondents agreed that their family has a pranking tradition on April Fool's Day.
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Does your family have a tradition of pranking one another on April Fool's Day?

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