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How do you spend Christmas day?

PUBLISHED: 11:22 15 December 2017 | UPDATED: 11:22 15 December 2017

Tell us how you spend Christmas? Picture: SOFA WORKSHOP

Tell us how you spend Christmas? Picture: SOFA WORKSHOP

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Research has revealed that 88% of Brits will spend up to seven hours on their sofa on Christmas Day.

When asked why more time is spent on the sofa on Christmas Day, 69% said it was so they could spend quality time with their family, while 45% agreed that huge portions of food and drink contributed to their lethargy.

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The research carried out by Sofa Workshop, looked into how many people sit down to watch the Queens speech and found only 18% of their respondents do.

The best part of Christmas day. Picture: SOFA WORKSHOPThe best part of Christmas day. Picture: SOFA WORKSHOP

It was also revealed that women are most likely to host Christmas in the household, with 66% of females saying they will get up to cook Christmas dinner – while 53% of men schedule a nap instead.

Tell us how you spend your Christmas day by taking part in our poll.

Christmas morning. Picture: SOFA WORKSHOPChristmas morning. Picture: SOFA WORKSHOP

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