Thursday, December 22, 2011

Happy Holidays or Merry Christmas

Google has started showing "Happy Holidays" Doodle from today onwards.

 Below Doodle is getting displayed on Home page of Google Today (December 23rd 2011).

On clicking this Doodle, Google shows search results for the search Term "Happy Holidays".

While Google uses the word "Happy Holidays" for greeting its users, it seems many Americans prefer to greet using the words "Merry Christmas".

A new survey finds Americans by a wide margin prefer the traditional “Merry Christmas” greeting to the non-specific “Happy Holidays.”

According this Survey done by "Knights of Columbus-Marist Pol" nearly two-thirds of adults (64%) think people should say, “Merry Christmas,” while less than one-third (31%) believe the appropriate greeting is “Happy Holidays.”

Ok. Which one you prefer to say? Happy Holidays or Merry Christmas? You can  share your thoughts thro' the comments.

We wish you all Happy Holidays and Merry Christmas.

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