What a shock.
Here’s an LA Times story on it.
Today’s Google Doodle kicks off Christmas Eve by sidestepping the never-to-be-resolved “Merry Christmas” versus “Happy Holidays” debate.
The same story also notes how the disproportionately Jewish-owned media’s gradual process of removing all traces of Christianity from Christmas is having an effect on the young, but the general overall preference for ‘Christmas’ over ‘Happy Holidays’ is sizable:
A majority of Americans — 67% — say that they prefer people to say “Merry Christmas,” with only 18% saying that they’d rather hear “Happy holidays,” according to a new Fairleigh Dickinson University’s PublicMind poll…
However, when poll results were broken down by age, the numbers shifted.
“Support for ‘Happy Holidays’ is greatest among young people: 30% of Americans under the age of 30 say that they’d rather hear the more neutral greeting,” according to the poll results. By comparison, only 15% of people age 60 and older preferred that neutral greeting.
The poll found that 58% of Americans ages 18-29 and 70% of Americans age 60 and older still prefer “Merry Christmas.”
There is no War on Christmas, though.
Jonathan Stuart Leibowitz says so, virtually every night this time of year.