With Halloween around the corner you probably have seen endless amount of candy polls, maps, and debates over the past few weeks on social media. Most of which will just make you angry and/or hungry.
After surveying over 2,000 people in residential neighborhoods across the country, Connecticut seems to favor Kit-Kats according to bid-on-equipment.com.
Bid-on states “According to respondents, ideal trick-or-treating hours are 6 to 9 p.m. and trick-or-treaters age out of the tradition at 15 years old. Staying out past bedtime on a school night doesn’t bother most participants – almost half say that the holiday shouldn’t be moved to the last Saturday in October.”
The site also provides the average amount parents will spend for Halloween.
“According to respondents, the average household spends just over $25 on candy while parents go above and beyond to spend $35.”
Enjoy your tasty Kit-Kats this Halloween?
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