What’s on Your Holiday To-Do List? Top Holiday Survey Terms

Okay, people. It’s game time. Hanukkah starts tomorrow, Christmas is 6 days away, Kwanzaa begins on the 26th, and New Year’s Eve…well, we can’t even starting thinking about New Year’s Eve yet.

It’s official: the holiday season is in full swing! We’re smack-dab in the middle of season for joy and cheer or as we like to call it: the season for planning.

In the past few weeks, we’ve been noticing tons of festive to-do surveys popping up. And from the looks of things, you’re all about to have a really fun holiday season.

Check out some of the most commonly occurring terms used in holiday-related surveys (which, if you string together, include the lyrics to pretty much every holiday song in existence).

Are you still in the midst of planning? Click here to get some tips on how to use surveys to plan events or just ask us in the comments section below!

Now go treat yourself to some eggnog and enjoy all your hard work! Happy Holidays!

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  • Michael Canavino

    I’m a little concerned that ‘turducken’ ddin’t rise higher in the word cloud. Are we sure they accounted for poultry drift?

    • http://www.surveymonkey.com Bennett P

      Michael – GOOD POINT! Maybe because turducken is a given during the holidays and not an option? Have a great holiday!!

  • Merrill

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    • Kayte K

      Hi Merrill- we’re so happy to hear that! Let us know if you ever need any help with surveys. Thanks for reading!

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    • Kayte K

      Thank you for the support, Barbra. Just let us know if you ever need any help with any of your survey projects!