Christmas tree-related injuries are on the rise.
According to its survey, 1 in 5 Americans have reportedly been injured
while setting up their Christmas tree this year.
This number is 122% higher than what ValuePenguin reported last year.
Of those who admitted they have received an injury from a Christmas tree, most were men.
And when it comes down to which generation has been hurt the most from
a Christmas tree this year, it was largely the whippersnappers getting tree-related boo-boos.
Twenty-seven percent of Gen Z said they have been injured followed by 24% of Millennials.
Only 5% of Baby Boomers reported experiencing the same.Interestingly,
24% of the survey’s respondents said they feel safer with an artificial tree
versus 8% who said they feel safer with a real tree.