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What's the best Christmas song and movie? New survey offers a clue
"Peanuts Holiday Collection" is a new 4K/Blu-ray release with three classic holiday episodes, including "A Charlie Brown Christmas" (1965). - photo by Herb Scribner
A new survey from Decluttr revealed the countrys favorite holiday songs and films.

Mariah Careys All I Want for Christmas is You topped the countrys best Christmas song, followed closely by White Christmas from Frank Sinatra and Jingle Bell Rock by Bobby Helms, according to Decluttr, which surveyed its customers about their favorite Christmas movies and music.

The rest of the top 10 include:

  • Silent Night from Bing Crosby

  • Rockin Around the Christmas Tree from Brenda Lee

  • Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer from Gene Autry & The Pinafores

  • Feliz Navidad by Jose Feliciano

  • Blue Christmas/Santa Claus is Back in Town from Elvis Presley

  • I Saw Mommy Kissing Santa Claus by Jimmy Boyd

  • Frosty the Snowman by Gene Autry and The Cass County Boys

Right now, Carey and Lees song hold the first and second spot on the Billboard top holiday 100. Helms Jingle Bell Rock won the seventh spot. Crosbys White Christmas sits at No. 11.

Meanwhile, Home Alone topped the list of survey respondents favorite Christmas film, followed closely by How the Grinch Stole Christmas and National Lampoons Christmas Vacation and Four Christmases.

The rest of the top movies include:

  • Elf

  • Miracle on 34th Street

  • A Charlie Brown Christmas

  • The Santa Clause

  • The Polar Express

  • Home Alone 2: Lost in New York

The bulk of these films appear within the top 25 Christmas movies on Rotten Tomatoes, a film-ranking website. And despite their high rankings among Decluttr clientele, neither of the Home Alone movies, Christmas Vacation, nor Four Christmases are on the Rotten Tomatoes list.

But the cartoon version of How the Grinch Stole Christmas holds the No. 5 spot and Miracle on 34th Street is No. 2. Elf holds the No. 19 spot. Charlie Brown sits at No. 10.

The survey found that each U.S. household owns about 165 CDs and DVDs combined, with 130 books. Only about half of the survey respondents use their DVDs.

The survey found that 46 percent dont use CDs, 47 percent dont watch their DVDs and 38 percent hardly read their books.