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Who should win the 2012 Christmas No.1? - poll

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This week sees all manner of acts battling it out for the coveted Christmas number one spot on Sunday.

With the X Factor winner's single - in this case James Arthur's 'Impossible' - once again shifted a week earlier to avoid the 'Good vs. Evil' battle of recent years, the top spot is open to anyone who can drum up enough support.

'X Factor' winner James Arthur at the first signing of his new book 'James Arthur, My Story' at WH Smith in Milton KeynesFeaturing: James Arthur
Where: Buckinghamshire, United Kingdom
When: 18 Dec 2012
Credit: WENN.com

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Until recently, the favourite to win the race was The Justice Collective with a cover of the Hollies' 'He Ain't Heavy, He's My Brother', which features vocals from Paul McCartney, Robbie WIlliams, Paloma Faith, Holly Johnson and Melanie C.

Proceeds from the single will be donated to charities associated with the Hillsborough disaster.

£1 Fish Man

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However, early figures from the Official Charts Company have revealed that Arthur is currently in the lead, having shifted over 76,000 copies by Monday evening.

But who do you think should win this year's Christmas number one race? Vote in our poll from the list of contenders below:

Who should get this year's Christmas number one?
James Arthur: 'Impossible'14.26%
The Justice Collective: 'He Ain't Heavy, He's My Brother'27.81%
Rihanna: 'Stay'3.99%
Gabrielle Aplin: 'The Power Of Love'15.55%
Mariah Carey: 'All I Want For Christmas Is You'4.99%
Eddie Stobart Truckers: '12 Days of Christmas'2.76%
The Pogues & Kirsty MacColl: 'Fairytale Of New York'7.57%
£1 Fish Man: 'One Pound Fish'13.38%
Girls Aloud: 'Beautiful 'Cause You Love Me'7.48%
Voices of The Big Sing: 'Dare To Make a Wish'0.53%
Alex Day: 'Stupid Stupid'1.69%

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