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Less Americans Will Celebrate Halloween

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Less Americans Will Celebrate Halloween

Less Americans Will Celebrate Halloween

According to a survey this week from the National Retailers' Federation less Americans will celebrate Halloween.

Just 58% of Americans surveyed say they will celebrate Halloween.

However, average Halloween spending per person is expected to hit a record high of $91.12 this year Business Insider reports that Halloween spending serves as a proxy for holiday shopping.

The survey points to a strong season for retailers this year, according to DataTrek.


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