Most people in Wyoming won't celebrate Cinco De Mayo according to our very unscientific poll.

Many people in the US believe that Cinco De Mayo is Mexico's Independence Day, similar to our July 4th.  But this isn't true, May 5th is observed as a celebration of the Mexican Army's win over the French at the Battle of Puebla in 1862.

In the US, Cinco De Mayo is a celebration of Mexican culture and often associated as a holiday full of eating traditional Mexican cuisine and enjoying Mexican spirits.

Here in Wyoming over 50% of people will not celebrate.  30% said they would have a drink or two.  10% said they'd enjoy Mexican Food on this date and about the same amount said they'd be hanging out with Family and Friends.

If you haven't let us know what your plans are, please take a second and answer our poll question below.