Dan Merica
cnn.com
December 24, 2013

While Americans may still deck the halls and stuff the stockings this Christmas, a new poll finds that the state of the economy is playing a major role in how Americans will celebrate it in 2013.

According to the CNN/ORC International poll, Americans plan to curtail their Christmas gift giving and charitable contributions due to economic concerns, while a sizable minority of Americans, 37%, report that the economy will make the Christmas holiday more stressful.

Sixty-one percent of respondents said they had to cut back on their holiday donations this year due to the economy, according to the poll.

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