Easter is coming up on Sunday, so here are some stats about the holiday's candies and traditions.

  1. Deviled-eggs are a big thing during Easter as two-thirds of Americans say they'll either make or eat deviled-eggs. Why? Because of all those hard boiled eggs people will have.
  2. Not sure if it's the same two-thirds of Americans, but two-thirds say they will make an Easter basket.
  3. 85% of parents are planning to limit the amount of candy their kids eat on Easter. So I guess that means 15% will just let their kids go nuts?
  4. 34% of people say their favorite tradition of Easter is hanging out with family. 20% say it's hunting for Easter eggs. With just 18% saying it's the religious aspects. And 8% think the best part is eating
  5. Three out of four people bite the ears off the chocolate bunny first.

And, here are the top 5 Easter candies.

  • Reese's Peanut Butter Eggs
  • Pastel colored M&M's
  • Jelly Belly jelly beans
  • Hershey's chocolate bunnies
  • Cadbury Creme Eggs

Here are the 5 most hated candies.

  • Marshmallow Peeps
  • Generic jelly beans
  • Coconut nests
  • Bubble gum eggs
  • Candy covered Jordan Almonds