About 95% of Americans celebrate Christmas every year, according to a recent Gallup poll. Additionally, up to 80%+ of non-Christian Americans celebrate the holiday.
Using this statistic, and the July 2007 estimate of the United States population of 301,139,947, this would mean that approximately 286,082,975 Americans celebrate Christmas.
Many sources say 95% of Americans celebrate Christmas.
The Native Americans did not celebrate Christmas or Halloween. The early colonists did not celebrate Halloween either, and most did not celebrate Christmas.
its the day we celebrate Jesus's birth
The vast majority of Americans celebrate Christmas. A majority of Americans belong to Christian denominations. Only the Jewish minority of about 6 million people celebrate Hanukkah.
Americans have celebrated Christmas for as long as it was a country.
they celebrate it mostly like Americans.
Only Christians in Asia celebrate Christmas the same as Europeans and North Americans
Yes, but they celebrate differently than Americans do.
Yes,of course.But not everyone.
On December 25th