A majority of Americans believe most people have forgotten the true meaning of Christmas, according to a new survey.
Forty-two percent of Americans overall strongly agree that Americans have forgotten the true meaning of Christmas and 33% said they somewhat agree, according to a nationally representative Ipsos poll of 1,023 adults conducted Dec. 9–11 using KnowledgePanel, with a margin of sampling error of +/- 3.3 percentage points at the 95% confidence level.
Only 6% strongly disagreed with the statement, and 10% somewhat disagreed.
Among those polled, Christians were the group that most adamantly claimed the purpose of Christmas has been
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