Survey: 45.8 percent of Hungarians buy artificial pine for Christmas

By: Trademagazin editor Date: 2021. 12. 06. 11:21
In Hungary, 45.8 percent of respondents buy artificial pine for Christmas, 36 percent of respondents celebrate with cut, and 8.8 percent celebrate with replantable, globe pine, IKEA told MTI on Monday.

Nearly half of Hungarians buy artificial pine for Christmas

On behalf of IKEA Magyarország, the IPSOS market research company conducted a representative survey on the Christmas habits of Hungarians in November this year

According to the announcement, in addition to the wood-eating habits, the research also revealed that Hungarians still prefer to cook meat traditionally during the holidays. 27 percent of those surveyed say they never cook meat-free at Christmas, while 51 percent sometimes make meat-free dishes, but that’s not the main consideration when inventing the menu. (MTI)