PRRI’s latest survey, conducted in partnership with Religion News Service, finds nearly half (49 percent) of Americans agree that stores and businesses should, out of respect for people of different faiths, greet their customers with “happy holidays” or “season’s greetings” instead of “merry Christmas.” Check out our Graphic of the Week, which breaks down patterns of support for the different greetings by age, political affiliation and religion!
War on Christmas? More Americans OK With “Happy Holidays”
December 18, 2013 by MacKenzie Babb
Filed Under: Catholics, Christmas, Clergy & Churches, Evangelicals, Graphic of the Week, Religious Liberty, Religious Pluralism, RNS Blog, Unaffiliated, War on Christmas
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