On New Year’s Eve, Liters and the Rostelecom Books service conducted a survey among users to find out whether they believe in New Year’s miracles, whether they will make a wish under the chimes, which book and film adaptation they consider the most festive. . In total, more than 500 respondents from different cities in Russia took part in the survey.
More than 84% of those surveyed admitted that they expect magic from the holidays and hope that their dreams come true. About 80% of those who voted said they believe in New Year’s miracles. 86% will surely make a wish at midnight on December 31.
Users consider Ernst Theodor Amadeus Hoffmann’s fairy tale “The Nutcracker and the Mouse King” to be the most important New Year’s book, Samuil Marshak’s “Twelve Months” ranks second, and “The Night Before Christmas ” by Nikolai Gogol ranks third. Among the film adaptations, respondents pointed to films about Harry Potter, the fairy tale “Frost” and the comedy “Wizards”.
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