Three-quarters of the adults surveyed say they believed in Santa as kids, up until the age of 9.
Refreshingly, there’s little sign of a partisan gap. Older people, though, are a little more likely to have believed — 80 percent of those ages 45 and older say that they did, compared to just 66 percent of those under 30.
One-fith of people have spoiled Santa for someone!
Seventeen percent of respondents say that they’ve told someone who believed in Santa Claus that he didn’t exist.