People much more often than not wash their hands after using a public restroom, but they frequently don’t use soap while running their hands under water.

According to a poll by Bradley Corp.,

1,000 U.S. adults found that people on average washed their hands before exiting a public restroom about 87% of the time.

Shouldn't that be 100% of the time? 62% admit that they sometimes rinse with water minus soap doesn’t exactly count.

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention,

Hand-washing after using the lavatory facilities should last 20 seconds. The CDC also recommends drying your hands with a paper towel or better still, air dry them, rather than use a shared towel or wiping them off on your pants or shirt.

So don't forget to wash, and don't forget to use soap too. How did the percentages add up at the FUN 107 Studios? Here's my own personal study.