PEOPLE in Boston were apparently set to be among those having the least happy Christmas, according to research from Morrisons.
Those living in the East Midlands had predicted having the worst Christmas compared to ten other regions in the UK, with the average person saying they estimated their Christmas day to score 6.6 out of ten.
Family rows over dinner and annoying relatives were set to cause the most problems, Morrisons said.
The survey also showed that people in high-powered roles - such as chief executive officer - were less likely to enjoy a good Christmas.
Single people who would be spending the day alone said they did not think they would enjoy their Christmas as much as others.
How has your Christmas been? Do you agree that we were set to have the grumpiest Christmas here in the East Midlands?
Let us know.