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Monday, December 13, 2010

Survey finds most Americans celebrate Christmas as a religious holiday

Denver, Colo., Dec 10, 2010 (EWTN News)

A new study finds that the majority of the United States celebrates December 25 as a religious event.

Rasmussen Reports released a study on December 9 which claims that a whopping 92 percent of Americans celebrate Christmas, and of that percentage, 65 percent regard it as a religious holiday.

Those who attend church at least once a week are also more inclined to celebrate Christmas religiously.