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Nearly Half of U.S. Residents Celebrate the Holidays with their Neighbors

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Written by Anne Dreshfield

As communities across the country gear up for the holidays, we’re excited to release data on the most popular ways that neighbors celebrate the season.

We surveyed more than 3,400 Nextdoor members across the country to hear how they deck the halls with their neighbors during the holidays.

Interestingly enough, while many might assume that people only celebrate the holidays with loved ones, 45% of neighbors reported that they celebrate the holidays in some way with their neighbors.

The survey also looked at residents’ favorite way to celebrate the season and found that the top five ways neighbors celebrate the holidays include:

top_holiday_traditions-1 (2)This December, neighbors can use Nextdoor’s Holiday Cheer Map to easily discover the best holiday spots in their area, from wonderful light displays, to cherished local charities, or affordable tree lots. Nextdoor’s Holiday Cheer Map is the only way to find local holiday favorites that are recommended by neighbors who know the area best.

Nextdoor’s Holiday Cheer Map is available on the Web and through Nextdoor’s free apps for iPhone and Android. Neighbors can access their Holiday Cheer Map by visiting nextdoor.com/cheer.

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