67% of Americans admit to doing chores incorrectly on purpose (so they can get out of doing it again)

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A new poll says 67% of Americans admit that they and/or their partner have done a poor job at a chore in an effort to get out of ever having to do it again.

The survey found men are more likely to do this the woman.

Not surprisingly, 80% of those polled say they have disagreements with their partner about chores around the house.

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