New Study Says Most Young People Prefer Friendsgiving

A new study is saying that most young people prefer 'Friendsgiving' over their traditional Thanksgiving. The New York Post says:

A poll of 2,000 Americans – aged 18–38 – found 68 percent say celebrating Friendsgiving is their preferred method of engaging in the autumnal celebration.

And results revealed 62 percent say they don’t enjoy hosting or even attending a traditional Thanksgiving.

Conducted by OnePoll in conjunction with Sabra, the survey examined respondents’ festive habits and uncovered that 58 percent prefer Friendsgiving to a traditional Thanksgiving because they get to avoid personal questions from the family.

Another two in five respondents enjoy a Friendsgiving over a traditional Thanksgiving because they don’t have to bite their tongue around the dinner table – while 38 percent don’t have to worry about offending a relative.

Thanksgiving is my favorite so I don't mind doing it with friends or family. Do you do Friendsgiving?

 

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