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Read moreThe survey asked gift recipients whether they would rather receive a gift with their names or names of friends and family.
A total of 2,073 respondents gave a gift to someone in 2017, a slight decline from the previous year.
Only 29% of respondents said they would like to receive a personalized stationery card, which is also the lowest since the survey began in 2014.
The survey found a similar percentage of respondents saying they would prefer a personalized card to a gift card.
However, many people said they didn’t like the choice of a stationery gift, which was the top reason given for a gift in 2017.
More than 60% of people said that if they didn, they would not be interested in receiving a gift.
The survey also found that most people said it was better to have a station to collect and keep in their home than to have the option of a personalized gift.
But a whopping 71% of Americans who have never used a station told the survey that it is better to keep a station as it will be easier to track the gifts they receive.
When asked if they would be willing to buy a station, 59% of participants said they’d be willing, compared to 35% who said they wouldn’t.
Another 21% said they are undecided.
Most respondents also said they want to keep track of how many gifts they have received in the future, and the average gift amount for a person is $1,600, which makes it one of the least-expensive gift options in 2017 according to the survey.
The average gift for a family of four is $7,000, according to a 2017 survey.
The study also found people who were more likely to be single and more likely not to have children or a partner said they prefer to keep their stationery as it is more convenient to keep.
The number of people who said that they prefer stationery that is easy to use and organize also increased over the past year.
The most common reason given by respondents who don’t have children was that they were tired of trying to track their gift receipt.
Some people said this was because they could not find a stationer that they liked and were frustrated that they didn\’t have the ability to track what was being sent to them.
More than half of respondents (53%) said they could find someone who would make a station for them if they were looking for a station that was easy to navigate and easy to keep, and another 39% said that their station would be less of a hassle to use, compared with 13% who preferred to keep it a hassle.
The number of respondents who said it would be easier for them to track how many gift cards they received and how much money they had in their bank account decreased slightly from last year, from 35% to 30%.
But respondents who had kids said the gift card tracking was the least of their concerns.
About 4,300 people were surveyed across the United States, and a total of 4,944 people responded.
The poll was conducted in March 2017.