The Times Square crystal ball is tested one last time before tomorrow night's New Year's Eve celebration on December 30, 2014 in New York City. The ball is illuminated with 32,256 LED lights and is made up of 2,688 Waterford crystals. (Photo by Andrew Burton/Getty Images)
If you're a parent who wants to get the kids to bed early on New Year's Eve — you are certainly not alone.
In fact, 48 percent of parents do the 10-second countdown with their children at 9 p.m., according to a survey by WalletHub.
And don't feel bad if you're not going out, or you sleep through it. Nearly half of revelers celebrate at home, and 22 percent don't celebrate at all.
Here's a look at New Year's Eve facts from WalletHub.