‘A Christmas Story’ is most popular Christmas movie in Michigan, survey finds

Ralphie also warmed hearts nationwide

1983: "A Christmas Story" stars Peter Billingsley as the kid desperate to convince his parents, teachers and Santa that a Red Ryder B.B. gun really is the perfect gift. (MGM)

There’s nothing like a feel-good Christmas movie to bring the family together this holiday season.

And if you’re in Michigan, chances are your family is cozying up to “A Christmas Story.”

A survey conducted by House Method found that the tale of Ralphie’s misadventures was most popular among Michiganders.

“A Christmas Story” also reigned supreme nationwide, with 12.8% of the 4,580 Americans surveyed choosing it as their favorite holiday flick.

Coming up as second favorite in the nation was “Elf” at 11.2%, trailed by “Home Alone” at 8.9% and “It’s a Wonderful Life” in fourth place, winning the vote of 7.8% of those surveyed.

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