Population in U.S. place names associated with Christmas in 2010

This statistic shows the population in place names associated with the Christmas season in 2010. In 2010, 2,481 inhabitants lived in Santa Claus, Indiana. Remarkably less people lived in the town of the same name in Georgia - only 165 people. While there are several towns named Holly in the United States, Holly Springs in Mississippi made the list with 7,699 inhabitants, as well as Mount Holly, North Carolina with 13,656 people living there. Some towns are even named after Santa Claus' reindeer: Rudolph, Wisconsin (439 inhabitants), Dasher, Georgia (912 inhabitants), or Snowflake in Arizona (5,590 inhabitants).

Population in U.S. place names associated with the Christmas season in 2010

Population
Mount Holly (North Carolina)13,656
Holly Springs (Mississippi)7,699
Snowflake (Arizona)5,590
Santa Claus (Indiana)2,481
North Pole (Alaska)2,117
Noel (Montana)1,832
Dasher (Georgia)912
Rudolph (Wisconsin)439
Santa Claus (Georgia)165
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Source

Release date

December 2011

Region

United States

Survey time period

2010

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