Results for - New Year's Eve 2015 - 100 Years of Fashion: New Year's Style

2,348 voters participated in this survey

We hope you have a safe and happy New Year's Eve, Tellwutters!

1. Are you going out or staying in for New Years Eve?

Going out
15%
356 votes
Staying in
85%
1,992 votes

2. Are you getting dressed up or keeping it casual?

Dressed up or in formal wear
9%
207 votes
Casual clothing
91%
2,141 votes

3. Which era of clothing did you like the best from the New Year's Style video? In the comments: What did you like about the era you chose?

1915
6%
133 votes
1925
7%
165 votes
1935
3%
81 votes
1945
5%
124 votes
1955
7%
172 votes
1965
8%
183 votes
1975
10%
228 votes
1985
12%
273 votes
1995
6%
142 votes
2005
8%
192 votes
2015
28%
655 votes

4. Do you know all the lyrics to Auld Lang Syne?

Yes
22%
514 votes
No
78%
1,834 votes

5. The birthplace of "Auld Lang Syne" is also the home of Hogmanay (hog-mah-NAY), the rousing Scottish New Year's celebration (the origins of the name are obscure). One of the traditions is "first-footing." Shortly after midnight on New Year's eve, neighbors pay visits to each other and impart New Year's wishes. Traditionally, First foots used to bring along a gift of coal for the fire, or shortbread. It is considered especially lucky if a tall, dark, and handsome man is the first to enter your house after the new year is rung in. The Edinburgh Hogmanay celebration is the largest in the country, and consists of an all-night street party. Will you be participating in any first footing activities tonight?

Yes
5%
114 votes
No
77%
1,812 votes
Undecided
18%
422 votes

6. The Spanish ritual on New Year's eve is to eat twelve grapes at midnight. The tradition is meant to secure twelve happy months in the coming year. Will you eat 12 grapes?

Yes
11%
263 votes
No
89%
2,085 votes
01/01/2016 Living 2348 53 By: Tellwut

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