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LA CONCHITA, CA - JANUARY 14: Resident Brandon Lindauer helps his neighbors sort through scattered belongings found after the deadly mudslide that killed at least 10 people, on the first day that evacuated residents are allowed to return to their devastated community January 14, 2005 in La Conchita, California. With at least three people still missing, rescuers suspended search efforts after the hillside above shifted, raising concern that another mudslide could occur. 15 homes were destroyed and 16 damaged when the mudslide poured over part of the small seaside town of 260 people at the end of the area's heaviest rainfall in a 15-day period since records began in 1921. (Photo by David McNew/Getty Images)

Most of us have a little hoarder hidden somewhere inside of us.  At least we think it’s little.  Thanks to a new survey, you can compare your hoarding instincts to everyone else.  Here are the results . . .

How does your hoarding stack up with other people?  42% of people keep their old cell phones . . . 60% have more than 10 pairs of shoes . . . 63% still have CDs . . . and 46% still have VHS tapes.

1.  Do you still have multiple stuffed animals or keepsakes from childhood?  61% say yes.

2.  Do you save your old cell phones?  42% do, 58% don’t.

3.  How many pairs of jeans do you have?  35% have more than five.

4.  How many pairs of shoes do you have?  Only 40% have less than 10 pairs.

5.  Do you still have CDs?  63% say yes.

6.  Do you still have DVDs?  51% have more than 20.

7.  Do you still have VHS tapes?  46% do.

8.  Do you have a bunch of cords but you’re not sure what they connect to?  56% do.

9.  Do you have multiple hammers, screwdrivers, nails, and other tools?  52% do.

10.  And finally, 58% have looked in their closet and thought, “What IS all of this?”