Saturday, December 24, 2011

New Poll Says "Merry Christmas"

By Nicholas Contompasis

There are only two real holidays at the end of December and that is of course Christmas and Hanukkah. Since Jews make up 2% of the U.S. population there's only a 2% chance you would exclude a Jew from your comment "Merry Christmas."
If you know a person is celebrating Hanukkah, simply say "Happy Hanukkah."
Remember, by saying, by mistake "Merry Christmas" to a Jew you're only reminding them of what a great religion you have!!!
How hard does this have to be????

Poll - 12/24/11
"Fifty-six percent of North-easterners and 57% of West Coasters said "Merry Christmas" was their greeting of choice. In the Midwest, 70% chose "Merry Christmas," and in the South 69% felt the same.
Older generations were also more likely to choose "Merry Christmas," while 50% of millennials (people ages 18-30) preferred to make merry with "Happy Holidays."
Americans over 65 overwhelming chose "Merry Christmas" over "Happy Holidays," 74% to 22%."

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