Is it more common for you to rush through yellow lights or stop at them?
It isn't an either/or. There is only one correct way to deal with them - stop if you can do so safely, proceed with extreme caution if you cannot.
Good plan, but in your personal experience, which do you find yourself doing more of?
Probably stopping, as the yellow is followed by a red that there is never an excuse to run. The only times I wouldn't stop for the yellow are if it is too late to stop, and that is a very brief window. As I approach a controlled intersection, long before I get to it, I have evaluated speed and traffic, and which vehicle I'm driving, and have selected a point beyond which I continue even if the light changes. If it changes to yellow before that I just stop. No drama at all either way.
For me, I know which stop lights are yellow for how long, and how long the delay between all the lights being red, to switching all the way. Some times I run in the intersection for 1 second as all the lights are red, because I go through 14 lights on my way to work... and I live in Kansas.