Christmas Spending

 

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How Much In Total Will You Be Spending On Christmas This Year?

A. £100 - £300
34.26% (86 votes)
B. Less than £100
20.32% (51 votes)
C. £300 - £500
19.92% (50 votes)
D. £700+
14.34% (36 votes)
E. £500-£700
11.16% (28 votes)

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11:38 Thu 20th Oct 2011
 
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