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World Vision survey: Americans are less charitable this year

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Americans are less likely this year than last to give a charitable gift during the end-of-year holidays, according to new research.

World Vision, a Federal Way, Wash.-based Christian relief and developed organization, released this finding in a 5th annual survey on annual giving conducted by Harris Interactive, New York. The survey polled 1,012 U.S. adults and 1,000 Canadian adults ages 18-plus in November.

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