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Bosses Off Limits to Most April Fools’ Pranksters

Best friends, spouses and siblings are most at risk

April Fools'

Even though it may seem hard to believe, a third of American adults intend pulling off some form of prank on April Fool’s Day, according to research conducted by The Harris Poll. Are you one of their intended targets? If you’re a boss or a teacher, you can relax today – 64 percent of American pranksters consider bosses and teachers off-limits.

Best friends, spouses and siblings are most at risk, however, with 76, 73 and 72 percent of pranksters considering them potential targets respectively. 18 percent of American adults also informed Harris that they have a family tradition of April Fool’s Day pranking while 37 percent of people anticipate being the victim of some form of prank.

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This chart shows the percentage saying where the following people would sit on their April Fool’s target list in 2015.

Infographic: Bosses Off Limits For Most April Fool's Pranksters | Statista

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