Most consumers do not plan to alter their holiday shopping habits in the wake of the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks on the U.S. and the country's subsequent war against terrorism. An overwhelming 77% of 2

Most consumers do not plan to alter their holiday shopping habits in the wake of the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks on the U.S. and the country's subsequent war against terrorism. An overwhelming 77% of 2,026 respondents to a recently completed Billboard.com poll said that they will spend just as they have in years past.

The largest contingent, 48%, said their holiday spending will go on as planned in order to do their part to help the sluggish economy. Another 29% agreed, saying that gift giving is more important than ever this year, in order to provide a much-needed lifting of the country's collective spirit.

On the other hand, 17% admitted they are planning to save their cash due to the ongoing economic downturn. Taking a generous route, 6% plan to donate some of the money they would normally spend on gifts to relief efforts.

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