has compiled a list of the Christmas movies each U.S. state streams most.

And what’s most interesting is that many states gravitate towards some interesting selections. Some, one could argue, are more Christmas-adjacent than actual full on holiday fare.

See if you agree with your fellow state-ians (an actual word, even if it isn’t in the dictionary. What dictionary are you even reading? Tut tut!)

The only entry on the list I cannot understand is Batman Returns. Really Louisiana?

Alabama: “Home Alone”

Alaska: “The Apartment”

Arizona: “Edward Scissorhands”

Arkansas: “Gremlins”

California: “Batman Returns”

Colorado: “Gremlins”

Connecticut: “Trading Places”

Delaware: “A Christmas Story”

District of Columbia: “Trading Places”

Florida: “Batman Returns”

Georgia: “Gremlins”

Hawaii: “Trading Places”

Idaho: “How the Grinch Stole Christmas”

Illinois: “Home Alone”

Indiana: “Home Alone”

Iowa: “Home Alone”

Kansas: “Scrooged”

Kentucky: “Elf”

Louisiana: “Batman Returns”

Maine: “The Snowman”

Maryland: “Miracle on 34th Street”

Massachusetts: “Love Actually”

Michigan: “Holiday Inn”

Minnesota: “White Christmas”

Mississippi: “The Best Man Holiday”

Missouri: “Die Hard”

Montana: “Christmas in Connecticut”

Nebraska: “Bad Santa”

Nevada: “Edward Scissorhands”

New Hampshire: “A Christmas Carol”

New Jersey: “Trading Places”

New Mexico: “The Nightmare Before Christmas”

New York: “The Apartment”

North Carolina: “Gremlins”

North Dakota: “Home Alone”

Ohio: “Home Alone”

Oklahoma: “Gremlins”

Oregon: “Scrooged”

Pennsylvania: “Trading Places”

Rhode Island: “The Night Before”

South Carolina: “Gremlins”

South Dakota: “Frosty the Snowman”

Tennessee: “A Christmas Carol”

Texas: “Gremlins”

Utah: “While You Were Sleeping”

Vermont: “Joyeux Noel”

Virginia: “Die Hard”

Washington: “Die Hard”

West Virginia: “The Ref”

Wisconsin: “Die Hard”

Wyoming: “Scrooged”

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