Making new year resolutions are almost as big of a tradition as breaking those resolutions two weeks later.

Quit smoking, eat better and work out more are three of the most popular resolutions, but only a small percentage of us actually follow through.

According to Joe.ie a new survey finds out that 75% of people don't make it 10 days into January.

Most have already broken their resolution by now, but they aren't afraid to try again.

The average person says it's at least the FOURTH time they've made the same resolution . . . and failed.

So are you a part of the majority or have you stuck to your resolution this year?