Poll: Most Utahns Will Not Go Into Holiday Debt

Poll: Most Utahns Will Not Go Into Holiday Debt

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(KSL News) -- Despite gas prices, high heating costsand maybe an impulse purchase, most Utahns say they won't go into holiday debt.

Debt for Holiday gifts?

  • 64% Definitely Less Likely
  • 16% Probably Less Likely
  • 14% Neither
  • 3% Definitely More Likely
  • 2% Probably More Likely

Source: Dan Jones & Associates

An exclusive Dan Jones poll for KSL-TV and the Deseret Morning News sampled 400 residents. Sixty-four percent said they were definitely less likely to go into debt this year than in previous years. Sixteen percent said they were "probably less likely". Fourteen percent said they were neither more nor less likely.

For more results, check out Wednesday’s Deseret Morning News.

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