Most Romanians prefer to spend New Year's Eve at home
Most Romanians (60%) prefer to spend New Year's Eve at home with their families, according to a survey by Cult Market Research. Only 17% of Romanians will spend the New Year's Eve with their friends.
Romanian men have more diverse plans than women about where they will spend the New Year. In addition to having a home party, they will also go to parties with friends, in the mountains or abroad. On the other hand, most Romanian women opt for a New Year's Eve at home.
Only 4% of those surveyed said they will leave the country to celebrate New Year's Eve.
In rural areas, 8 out of 10 Romanians will opt for the New Year's Eve party at home, while 5 out of 10 Romanians in cities will choose this type of party.
Half of Romanians associate New Year's Eve with family and only 14% associate it with fun.
Most Romanians will choose traditional Romanian dishes (86%), while 1 in 10 Romanians prefer international cuisine.
Almost half (46%) of respondents will allocate a maximum of RON 500 (EUR 107) for this night, and 19% have not yet decided on the amount they will spend.