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Well, according to a new survey, an alarming amount of people are opting to leave the deodorant at home. It’s the latest saga in the body battle that’s overtaken social media after a Twitter user posted a poll asking people: Do you wash your legs when you take a shower? Yes or No.

According to the YouGov poll, about 40% of people 18-24 don’t use deodorant at all and haven’t in the last month.  For folks in the 25-34 age range, 31% of people revealed they don’t use it either.

They say the reason is not a lack of personal hygiene, but personal choice–they simply don’t think they need it at all.

What do you think? Should everyone wear deodorant?

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