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Poll: What's Your Least Favorite Holiday Drink

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Last week we asked you about your favorite holiday drink. This week, as you prepare for holiday celebration part two, we want to know what your least favorite holiday drink is.

There are plenty of cliched New Year's customs: resolutions, midnight kisses, champagne. But even though champagne contains alcohol, we would never consider alcohol a cliché.

Last week we asked what your favorite holiday drink is. Approximately 29 percent of voters said eggnog; 24 percent voted for "the hard stuff"; 18 percent said beer; 17 percent said wine; and 12 percent voted for "other."

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