Finder.com ranked every state based on “Christmas spirit,” which was decided based on “how much people were giving and the number of people making donations — Google trends around what people were buying, whether or not they were searching for Christmas songs and the anticipated amount the state is expected to spend on Christmas in 2020.”
- Utah’s percent of tax-filers that donated was at 12.85%, with an average charitable donation of $12,740.
- The next closest, Tennessee, was at 5.42% and $11,318 donation.
Interestingly, nearby Nevada ranked as the fourth-most “scroogiest” state. Wyoming and Colorado ranked sixth and seventh on that list, respectively.
- North Dakota was the “scroogiest” state, followed by Hawaii.