We’re still the worst card game of all time.
That’s according to a new survey by the company that created the card game and published it, Cards Against Humanity.
The survey, which polled 1,000 adults across the U.S., ranked Cards Against Humans’ latest iteration as the worst in the history of the card-game genre.
Card players were more likely to say they had cheated than they were to admit cheating in the past, and those that admitted cheating were more than twice as likely to cheat in the future.
Cards Against Human’s new card game also was ranked as the second worst in terms of how much money the average player spent on the game.
The study’s findings are also in line with another recent survey that found that the card games most popular in America are those that were made by a single developer and sold in stores.
According to the new survey, Cards against Humanity’s card game was played by less than 10% of adults who were not card players.
That same survey found that about 10% had played at least one other card game.
Card games were also played less by women than men, but that was still an issue, according to the survey.