POLL: In honor of National Candy Corn Day, we want to know, do you love or despise candy corn?

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The sweetest, most colorful of all candy days is finally here and we can't wait to celebrate! National Candy Corn Day has officially arrived one day before Halloween (naturally) -- and all we want to do is munch on these tri-colored goodies. The day, created by George Renninger of Wunderle Candy Company in the late 1800′s, represents the pretty colors of corn kernels -- yellow, orange and white.

To make your weekend even better, take a look at the video above for delicious recipes you can make using candy corn that will completely blow you and all your friends away. You'll not only be the hostess with the mostess if you're throwing a Halloween banger, but your sweet tooth will be satisfied like never before.

The thing is however, it seems as though not everyone shares our love for the stuff. Strangely enough, candy corn is one of those sweets that you either absolutely love or completely hate -- no in-between! With that being said, we want to know: are you a candy corn FAN or FOE? Tell us in the poll below!



Click through below for the most popular Halloween candy in each state:
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POLL: In honor of National Candy Corn Day, we want to know, do you love or despise candy corn?

Alabama, Washington

Airheads

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Alaska, Illinois

Snickers

(Photo: Cassandra Hubbart, AOL)

Arkansas, Nebraska

Skittles

(Photo: JeepersMedia/Flickr)

 Arizona

Toblerone

(Photo by Ilya S. Savenok/Getty Images for NYCWFF)

California

Lifesavers 

 (Photo Illustration by Tim Boyle/Getty Images)

Colorado, Ohio 

Milky Way

(Photo: Cassandra Hubbart, AOL)

Connecticut, Rhode Island

Reese's Peanut Butter Cups

(Photo by Julia Ewan/The Washington Post/Getty Images)

Iowa

Twix

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 3 Musketeers

(Photo by Julia Ewan/The Washington Post/Getty Images)

Crunch Bar

(Photographer: Susana Gonzalez/Bloomberg via Getty Images)

100 Grand Bar

(Photo: Alamy)

Butterfinger

(Photo by Casey Rodgers/Invision for Butterfinger/AP Images)

Reese's Pieces

(Photo: BenRogersWPG/Flickr)

Twizzlers

(Photo: Getty Images)

Whoppers

(Photo: oskay/Flickr)

Swedish Fish

(Photo: Shutterstock)

Starbursts

(Photo: Lynda Giddens/Flickr)

Almond Joy

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M&M's

(Photo by Spencer Platt/Getty Images)

Hershey kisses

(Photo: Getty Images)

KitKat Bar

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Sour Patch Kids

(Photo: rusteford/Flickr)

Tootsie Roll

(Photo: Getty Images)

Jolly Rancher

(Photo By Jerry Cleveland/The Denver Post via Getty Images)

SweeTarts

(Photo: Cassandra Hubbart, AOL)

Candy Corn 

(Photo: Getty Images)

Laffy Taffy

(Photo by Justin Sullivan/Getty Images)

Nerds

(Photo by Casey Rodgers/Invision for WONKA/AP Images)

Oreo

(AP Photo/Mark Lennihan, File)

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