Not So Silent Nights
Fully 87% of Americans are not at all bothered by Christmas music in stores and public places.
As retailers and others crank up Christmas classics during the holiday season, an overwhelming majority of Americans (87%) have no objection at all to the “jingle bell rock” in public during the “most wonderful time of the year.” Only 7% are bothered “a lot” or “some” by hearing Christmas music in stores and public places. Americans are much concerned with the commercialization of Christmas, while 52% are bothered at least some by it. Read More
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