Above all, people are afraid to attack things there. 85 percent find the toilet seat repulsive, followed by the toilet brush in second place with 72 percent. A survey commissioned by the hygiene manufacturer Hagleitner showed that 70 percent of people are afraid of the door handles on public toilets.
66 percent shudder at hygiene products lying around such as tampons, panty liners and condoms. Fifth place among the disgust factors is the garbage can, which disgusts 50 percent, Hagleitner reported on the occasion of World Toilet Day on November 19th. What still bothers visitors to quiet places in public spaces: Toilet paper is regularly missing there, say 37 percent of those surveyed. 42 percent experience the same thing with soap. 52.7 percent often observe that the waste container overflows.
The survey also collected behavioral patterns of Austrians. 51 percent of those surveyed throw away tampons in the toilet, 43 percent throw away pads and/or panty liners and 18 percent throw away condoms. Incontinence pads eliminate eleven percent. 1,000 people – 500 women and 500 men – aged 18 to 65 were interviewed. The market research platform Appinio from Hamburg carried out the online survey on behalf of the Hagleitner company, headquartered in Zell am See.
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