Christmas decorations are the most popular holiday decoration of the year, according to a new study.
Researchers from the University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine, led by Dr. Mark Rosenbaum, said Christmas decorations have become increasingly popular in recent years.
“Our findings indicate that the number of people who make Christmas decorations is increasing in popularity and the holiday season is now expected to be among the most expensive holidays of the decade,” Dr. Rosenbaum said.
“The majority of decorations, however, are for children, which could indicate a rise in spending.”
Dr. Rosenbach, who has been studying the holiday decorating trends of the United States since 2000, said that people are spending more on Christmas decorations than on the typical holiday decorations of any other time of year.
Christmas decoration can include everything from a holiday tree, to a big display of lights, to decorations for the car, the restaurant, or even a car and holiday tree.
The decorations are typically bought and placed on a shelf, but people often leave them for their pets to decorate.
The research, published in the journal Consumer Reports, found that the majority of Christmas decorations were purchased by individuals and individuals only.
“The majority (58 percent) of Christmas decoration were purchased from individuals, with the remainder purchased by a household or household members,” Dr Rosenbaum explained.
“A small percentage of Christmas decorating was purchased by an individual household or individual household members.”
According to Dr. Roberta J. McPherson, senior vice president of research for the Center for Consumer Freedom and the Center on Economic Growth at the University, most Christmas decorations come from people in their 20s and 30s.
While the number is increasing, the percentage of adults spending on Christmas decorators is still relatively low.
Dr. McSherry said the study also found that there are two trends that are driving the increase in Christmas decorations.
“One is that Christmas is becoming more and more of a holiday for children and young adults,” Dr McSerry said.
The other trend is that adults are more likely to spend money on Christmas decoration than their parents, a trend that is being mirrored in the cost of Christmas, which is also increasing.
“There is more money in the economy, and people are getting more comfortable spending it,” Dr McCherson said.
“It is a time for families and people to enjoy Christmas and spending money on decorations, but that doesn’t necessarily mean it is a good time for decorating,” Dr Schulman said.