I... just can't believe this report that Eli linked to in the morning news that found "Travelodge surveyed 6,000 Britons and discovered that 35 percent of adults admitted they sleep with their teddy." And 25 percent of men travel with a stuffed animal. Americans can't be sleeping with stuffed animals this much—sleeping with sex dolls, maybe, but teddy bears? Maybe this is a British thing? They're just up to their ears in ale and teddy bears.
Or are Americans also up to our ears in teddy bears? This demands a poll.
Do you sleep with a stuffed animal at night?
You are mandated by the law of Slog to tell the truth on this important subject. If our American poll is different than the UK poll, theories will be entertained in comments on why we are more or less teddy-reliant than our British counterparts.