Religiousness of U.S. consumers' Christmas celebration 1990 to 2010

This statistic shows the development of the importance of the religious aspect of Christmas celebration to U.S. consumers from 1990 to 2010. Throughout the years, the figures seem to have been stable: in all three sampled years, almost half of the surveyed respondents stated that Christmas is a strongly religious holiday for them, while the share of respondents deeming Christmas "not too religious" has decreased slightly from 20 percent in 1990 to 17 percent in 2010.

Is Christmas a strongly religious, somewhat religious, or not too religious holiday for you personally?

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Release date

October 2011


United States

Survey time period

December 10-12, 2010

Number of respondents

1,019 respondents

Age group

8-19 years

Method of interview

Telephone interview

Supplementary notes

The source posed the question as follows: "Thinking of the way you personally celebrate Christmas, is it a strongly religious holiday, somewhat religious, or not too religious?"

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