What Christmas Movie is Most Popular in Texas?
What Christmas movie is your go-to movie for sitting in front of the fireplace sipping on cocoa or some hot wassail to get you in the mood for Christmas?
Wealthy Nickel ranked the most popular Christmas movie from each state and since there are so many to choose from, they used data from Google Trends and Rotten Tomatoes to rank them.
You may not agree that movies such as Die Hard, Edward Scissorhands, or Trading Places should be considered Christmas movies but the searches for those three movies do spike during the last couple of weeks of November and all of December so they were included on the list of popular Christmas movies for a few states.
Trading Places ended up the favorite Christmas movie in the most states such as Delaware, Georgia, Hawaii, New Jersey, New York, and Pennsylvania.
Edward Scissorhands ended up the favorite Christmas movie for only four states: Arizona, California, Florida, and New Mexico.
So what was the favorite Christmas movie in Texas?
It was also popular in Kentucky, Louisiana, and West Virginia.
Here is the full list from all 50 states:
Alabama – The Polar Express
Alaska – Jack Frost
Arizona – Edward Scissorhands
Arkansas – The Grinch
California – Edward Scissorhands
Colorado – Klaus
Connecticut – It’s a Wonderful Life
Delaware – Trading Places
District of Columbia – Love Actually
Florida – Edward Scissorhands
Georgia – Trading Places
Hawaii – Trading Places
Idaho – Die Hard
Illinois – Home Alone
Indiana – A Christmas Story
Iowa – Christmas Vacation
Kansas – Miracle on 34th Street
Kentucky – The Grinch
Louisiana – The Grinch
Maine – Jingle All the Way
Maryland – Love Actually
Massachusetts – Love Actually
Michigan – Krampus
Minnesota – Jingle All the Way
Mississippi – The Polar Express
Missouri – It’s a Wonderful Life
Montana – Die Hard
Nebraska – Elf
Nevada – Elf
New Hampshire – It’s a Wonderful Life
New Jersey – Trading Places
New Mexico – Edward Scissorhands
New York – Trading Places
North Carolina – The Polar Express
North Dakota – Home Alone
Ohio – Home Alone
Oklahoma – The Polar Express
Oregon – Love Actually
Pennsylvania – Trading Places
Rhode Island – Jack Frost
South Carolina – The Polar Express
South Dakota – Christmas Vacation
Tennessee – The Santa Clause
Texas – The Grinch
Utah – Elf
Vermont – Miracle on 34th Street
Virginia – Love Actually
Washington – Klaus
West Virginia – The Grinch
Wisconsin – It’s a Wonderful Life
Wyoming – Krampus
So whatever your favorite is, you can now see what movie the majority of people in each state will be watching this holiday season.