I'm sure this has happened to some of you. You're on an elevator the doors are about to close and someone else is rushing up. Do you: Try to hold the door do nothing or secretly push the "close doors" button.
A new poll asked people if they've ever intentionally hit the button to close an elevator's doors because they wanted to leave without the other person. 31% of people admit that they've done that and 61% of people claim they haven't. The people MOST likely to admit to it are Millennials from the Northeast, while Boomers from the Midwest are the LEAST likely to do it. 36% of people say they think it's happened to them someone else has closed the doors on THEIR face.
But here's the thing: Only 43% of people think those "close the door" buttons actually work. 25% think they "do nothing" and 12% think they actually SLOW the process of closing the doors. To be clear: The poll asked if you've EVER done this not that it's something you ALWAYS do.