Thursday, December 22, 2005

Poll: More Americans Prefer 'Merry Christmas' Greeting

According to a CNN/USA Today/Gallup Poll, sixty-nine percent of the one-thousand and three adults surveyed preferred “Merry Christmas” as a greeting as opposed to “Happy Holidays” which only managed to garner twenty-nine percent of those surveyed. This is a huge drop from last year’s survey which indicated that forty-one percent of adults preferred it over “Merry Christmas”.

Stuff this in your stocking and smoke it. Yeah, I said stocking.