Seven in Ten (71%) Canadians – Including 70% of Immigrants – Say Call it “Christmas”, While Three in Ten (29%) Prefer “Holiday Season”

Just Three in Ten (Down 18 Points) Will Go To Church for Christmas

Friday, December 24, 2010

Toronto, ON – Is that a “Holiday Tree” or a “Christmas Tree” in front of City Hall? Canadians have weighed in on the debate, and a new Ipsos Reid poll conducted on behalf of Postmedia News and Global Television has revealed that most Canadians believe the name for the season should be: Christmas.

For current news subscribers

Please login to view the full story.

Not a subscriber yet?

Purchase a 1 year
subscription ($95 U.S. /
$95 CAD plus applicable taxes) for unlimited access to:

Subscribe Now

For educational institutions:  Enquire about enterprise subscriptions »
For members of the media:   Register for complimentary access »



Seven in Ten (71%) Canadians – Including 70% of Immigrants – Say Call it “Christmas”, 
While Three in Ten (29%) Prefer “Holiday Season”

Downloads PDF

3 PDF's

1002 Words

Contact

DarrellBricker Darrell Bricker
CEO
Ipsos Public Affairs
Work+1.416.324.2001