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Most Slovaks will celebrate New Year with family

MORE than half of Slovaks, namely 54 percent, will celebrate the end of the year 2015 with their family, according to TNS Slovakia polling agency survey.

(Source: Sme)

The survey conducted on 1,000 adult respondents in November further shows that 18 percent of Slovaks will spend the last night of the year with their friends and acquaintances.

Around 11 percent of people will invite their friends to their home and 7 percent will visit their friends.

Regarding location, 5 percent of surveyed people will be in a chalet, 2 percent will be on the streets in their town or city and 2 percent will go to a disco, ball or similar event. 

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