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Are Americans tired of hearing holiday classics like Winter Wonderland on the radio?Definitely not.

In 2012, radio stations that switched to an all-holiday music format saw a 71% midday increase in listeners compared with their average ratings, according to a Nielsen analysis released Thursday.

At night, ratings more than doubled.The trend spiked on Christmas Eve with more than five times as many listeners.

The average number of listeners jumped from 291,700 to 1.9 million for any given 15-minute period compared with the rest of the year.

What are some of the DJ's favorites? Three of the top six most-streamed songs were different versions of All I Want for Christmas.

And in case the Eurythmics's Winter Wonderland (which was the most played version of the song) is not your style, don't worry.

Nielsen found radio stations played 34 different renditions of that holiday classic in 2012.

Want to get into the holiday spirit? Here are a few of the most popular Christmas songs last year, according to Nielsen.

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