A new poll reveals that America’s favorite Christmas movie is It’s a Wonderful Life, barely edging out holiday classics A Christmas Story and Home Alone.
The poll, conducted by Axios and SurveyMonkey, found that the 1946 classic, starring James Stewart is the most popular film among the 35-year and older crowd, garnering 14% of overall votes, while 1990’s Christmas comedy Home Alone (11%) ranks higher with teenagers and young adults.
The poll also found that Christmas films like How the Grinch Stole Christmas (10% overall) and Elf (9%) ranked higher with teenagers and Millenials, while older films like National Lampoon’s Christmas Vacation (11%) were more popular with Baby Boomers and Gen-Xer’s.
Rounding off the top ten were Miracle on 34th Street (7%), A Charlie Brown Christmas (7%), action film Die Hard (5%) and Love Actually (3%).
The results were from an online SurveyMonkey poll of 6,075 adults and more than 800 teens.
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