Sunday, December 28, 2014

The Stats And Figures Of Christmas

By Dave LeClair
Christmas has come and gone. Those who partake in the holiday are probably wondering why they ate so much, and thinking about that New Year’s Resolution to drop the pounds. But that’s certainly not the only thing causing stress on the day after Christmas. Oh no, not but a long shot.
The real thing that has many Christmas lovers down in the dumps is wondering just how much they spent on those presents that made friends and family so happy. When that credit card bill rolls around, it can be scarier than anything that happens on Halloween. With that in mind, let’s take a look at this fascinating infographic that breaks down the numbers of Christmas. How do people pay for the presents they buy? How much does the average Christmas shopper spend? How many Christmas trees are farmed each year? If you read this image, you’ll learn all of that, and plenty more.
We want to know: what was the best present you gave someone this year on Christmas? Hit the comments section below and let us know!
Via Statista
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