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Cornwall Believes in Santa

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2:02pm 23rd December 2011

Cornwall still believes in Father Christmas.

A Pirate FM survey reveals 64% of women reckon Santa exists.

Men in the Duchy are on his naughty list though. Only 38% are keeping the dream alive.

The figures mean that more parents than teenagers will be leaving a mince pie out for Santa this Christmas.

2:02pm 23rd December 2011

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