Over the next few weeks, people will be traveling near and far to spend time with their families for the holidays. This begs the question, how long is too long to stay with relatives. A new survey has the answers.

The most popular answer was four to six nights. Coming in second was one week. However, about one in six people say there's no amount of time that's too long to stay with your family. They must not be related to the Griswalds.

As far as having the whole family under one roof, people picked the shower and bathroom schedule as the most difficult part. The second-most difficult part is relatives who ask too many questions.

And finally, 70% of people say they'd rather stay at a hotel than with their family. But either because of the money or because of the guilt, they end up staying at the house.