All Posts Tagged 'Halloween in America'

2022 Halloween in America Survey Results [Infographic]

by |September 19, 2022
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2022 Halloween in America Survey Results

Stock up on candy and get the box of pumpkins and spiderwebs from the closet because Halloween is approaching fast! We were curious about Halloween traditions in 2022, so we surveyed more than 3,000 adults in the U.S. We asked about their favorite décor and least favorite candy, where they trick-or-treat, and more! Read on for the 2022 Halloween in America survey results!

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2021 Halloween in America Survey Results [Infographic]

by |October 11, 2021
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2021 Halloween in America Survey Results

Halloween 2021 is coming up fast and we're ready for it! We surveyed more than 2,300 U.S. adults in our annual Halloween in America survey to see how all of our neighbors are planning to celebrate Halloween. We're expecting a combination of 2020 and earlier years, with safer celebrations and home decorating but also plenty of trick-or-treating in some areas. Read on for all of the 2021 Halloween survey results!

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2020 Halloween in America Survey Results [Infographic]

by |September 24, 2020
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2020 'Halloween in America Survey' Results

Halloween is almost here and most of us are planning how we'll celebrate safely. That means giving out candy, wearing appropriate costumes, and decorating our homes. We know this because we asked more than 1,500 U.S. adults in our annual Halloween in America Survey. Read on to find out what Americans think about Halloween as we move into October 2020!

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2019 Halloween in America Survey Results [Infographic]

by |September 9, 2019
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2019 'Halloween in America Survey'

Update: our 2020 Halloween in America Survey is now live!

With October less than a month away, interest in Halloween is rising. Retail stores have already begun stocking Halloween decorations and candy, and people are starting to put up their ghoulish decorations. We surveyed 2,012 respondents to reveal how the United States celebrates the spooky holiday so you can have an...

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