A few days late to this, but here are some of the results from a recent poll conducted by Democratic polling firm Public Policy Polling:
[T]here's a new issue dividing us this holiday season, and that's whether Santa is 'verifiably white.' Only 32% of Americans think he is, while 36% say he is not and another 32% say they aren't sure. The high level of indecision may be owing to only 43% of Americans saying they believe in Santa Claus to 50% who don't. Those numbers are down from 52% saying they believed in him a year ago, and surely some sociologist can explain to us what happened this year to make us lose our faith.
Republicans think Santa is 'verifiably white' by a 42/23 margin, while Democrats think he is not by a 24/48 spread. That partisan divide spills over into opinions of Fox host Megyn Kelley. The most important part of Kelly's poll numbers may be that 58% of Americans don't have an opinion of her even after the biggest week in the spotlight of her career to date. Most people have better things to do than worry about cable news. At any rate she has a 26% favorabil