Poll: Americans are still really into Christmas
from Houston Chronicle
Despite all the First Amendment controversy raised by placing these religious symbols on government ground, about three-quarters of Americans have no problem with it. In a recent poll by Rasmussen, 74 percent said they supported "Christmas Nativity scenes, Hanukkah Menorahs and Muslim Crescents" on public land. The survey question did not touch on the secular symbols appearing alongside these holiday displays, some in the form of signs and quotes, some as trees or Festivus poles.
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