There are no official estimates as to exactly how many people celebrate Christmas globally, but seeing as there are over 2.1 billion Christians in the world, or about a third of world's population, it is feasible to assume that at least 1 out of every 3 people in the world celebrate Christmas.
quite allot I'm guessing
It is not. On December 24 is Christmas Eve, then on 25 is Christmas.
Christians do celebrate Christmas Indian Muslim ANSWER Jehovah's Witnesses is a Christian denomination that does not celebrate Christmas.
i think its more of a matter of who doesn't celebrate Christmas instead of where. Christmas is a religious holiday so its more based on the different religions. Jews for example don't celebrate Christmas so areas where people are Jewish would be as "christmasy".
people celebrate Chinese new year is because Chinese new year is their tradition.
Because they've developed their own traditions and customs over the years and that's just how they celebrate Christmas.
Yes, people can and do celebrate Christmas for non religious reasons. Though Christians celebrate it for the birth Christ, Christmas has become very secular. Many celebrate Christmas without connecting it to the birth of Jesus.
Almost all of them.
Many do, yes. Not all.
90% of them
People who celebrate Christmas usually give presents, yes, but there are many people in China who do not celebrate the holiday because they are not Christians.
I don't know how many but there is A LOT
It depends what religion they are. Many people in China do not celebrate Christmas.
This question makes no sense. It sounds like you're asking what to get people (who celebrate Hanukkah) for Christmas. People who celebrate Hanukkah do not want Christmas presents. They do not celebrate Christmas.
Because many of them are Christians.
Christians, not jewish they celebrate hanukah, and people in the united states celebrate christmas, everybody celebrate christmas of the birth of Jesus Christ.
It is unfortunate because kenya does not celebrate christmas but it's people.