Which country has the hottest holiday traditions?

The U.S. has the most holiday traditions, according to a survey released this week by the Gallup Organization.

The survey found that Americans spend an average of 6.3 hours a day in front of the TV.

China has the next-highest average time spent watching TV, with 7.7 hours.

Norway, with an average time of 6:03, has the lowest average time.

And while there are some interesting holidays in other countries, like Christmas and Easter, most Americans spend their time indoors or outside.

The U, at 5:53 hours, tops the list with the most holidays.

But the survey also found that many Americans are skipping vacations, especially for the winter months.

The average time on vacation is now 4.2 hours per year, down from 6:00 in 2015.

The median time spent on vacation, meanwhile, has fallen from 4.9 hours in 2015 to 3.7 in 2016.