If the Grinch were to be a year, it would certainly be 2020. While it’s easy to sympathize with the green loner who stole all the Christmas trees and presents and tucked them in his cave, some states still believe that Christmas can be the best time of year (even if you might not get the PS5).
With the happiest season of all coming in fast, our team at GetCenturyLink sat down, put our Santa hats on, and figured out which states have the most and least Christmas spirit.
Utah, Idaho, and Wisconsin ranked in the top three respectively in having the most Christmas spirit while New Mexico, Hawaii, Florida—and D.C.—resulted in being the grinchiest states this year.
Here are the jolliest findings we found:
- Utah, Idaho, and Wisconsin have the most holiday cheer.
- Last year, Utah ranked as the most charitable state, but this year, Arkansas took the crown.
- Half of the states that ranked in the top ten for having the most Christmas spirit have snowy winters…and possibly a white Christmas.
- Seven out of the ten states with the least Christmas spirit are all states with mild or warm winters.
- Vermont remains the state with the highest number of Christmas tree farms per capita. Since last Christmas, Vermont increased its Christmas tree farm count from thirty-seven to thirty-nine.
If you have any questions, or want a deeper dive make sure to check out Get Century folks. GetCenturyLink sat down, put their Santa hats on, and figured out which states have the most and least Christmas spirit.
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