Hands off! That's how some Canadians are feeling because they are apparently totally grossed out by public spaces and don't trust they get cleaned enough.

In fact, half of the respondents shared the same sentiment, according to a survey by Leger and Clorox Canada that had a total of 1,524 people surveyed between February 19 and 21, 2021.

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The data showed that 57% of people were uncomfortable with how many times public bathrooms got cleaned. Furthermore, they were also concerned about how often door handles, gas station pumps and elevator buttons got disinfected.

As a result, the study shared that the respondents would rather "take matters into their own hands just to be on the safe side."

"Canadians are patiently waiting to get back to some semblance of normalcy," Melanie Plaz Casado, Vice President of Marketing for Clorox Canada said. "While there are no guarantees about how the world will look in the months ahead, the survey has shown the key to being confident is being cautious."