People hate spending too much money during the holidays.
In fact, it's the aspect a the holly jolly season that Americans find most distasteful, according to a new Harris Interactive poll.
Sure, Americans dislike the excessive eating and drinking (5 percent) that goes with this time of year. And many are not fans of putting up and taking down holiday decorations (7 percent). But half of the people surveyed say that they most dislike holiday crowds (23 percent) and overspending (27 percent).
(Read more: 8 tips to stick to your holiday budget)
And what do people like about the holidays? Fifty percent say they enjoy spending time with family and friends—but that can cost money, too.