We’re a little less stressed about Christmas this year according to the latest Christmas Stress Index (CSI) results.
For the second year in a row, we enquired about people’s stress levels relating to Christmas and found the CSI score decreased.
It was revealing that more people than last year agreed that they have Christmas day arrangements in hand and associated costs under control whilst quite a few know what presents they want to buy.
Note: The results shown above are based on questions asked in our quarterly online omnibus (conducted in November 2012 and 2013)
If you are interested to find out more about the Christmas Stress Index including a full set of results along with information about where people do their shopping, please contact Paul Di Marzio from Di Marzio Research or Scott MacLean of Nulink Analytics.