Among the poll's findings:
63 percent plan to make this holiday season more meaningful than ever as a result of Sept. 11.
70 percent want to help the economy, but are concerned about spending too much or going into debt.
Only 8 percent think we should use this holiday season as an opportunity to stimulate the economy.
85 percent think we should use this holiday season to focus on friends, family and meaning.
49 percent plan to spend more time with friends and family as a result of Sept. 11.
26 percent plan to give more personal or meaningful gifts.
21 percent plan to buy fewer or less expensive gifts.
21 percent intend to get more involved with their faith community.
19 percent are planning to reduce their credit card use.
Only 3 percent plan to buy more or more expensive gifts.