The so-called "War on Christmas" reprises its role in the media every December.
Leading the way is Christmas crusader and TV personality Bill O'Reilly, who is so associated with the concept that the first three results on a Google Images search for "war on Christmas" are actually photos of O'Reilly.
Not to be outdone, every other major outlet has a focus on it, including this Washington Post story saying the war is over, and Jesus won.
If that's true, where were the strongholds for that win? To help answer, we turn to that most modern of data: Twitter sentiment.
Crunching tweets allows us to look exactly where in America people love—and hate—Christmas the most. Raw numbers from media analytics firm Brandwatch show the state-by-state breakdown, and indicate that the South is where Christmas gets the most love.