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Horrorween Statistics


 

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Do you doubt that this country of America is fully engulfed in sin? Do you doubt the presence of witchcraft? Well, sit back and read these interesting facts of just how much our people praise this holiday.

Just how much does our country love these pagan/Druid traditions? How much do we spend? What do we do?

________41.2 Million_______
The estimated number of potential Trick-or-Treaters in 2013-children age 5-14-across the U.S. Of course, many other children-older that 14 and younger than 5-also for trick-or-treating.
_______115 Million_______
Number of occupied housing units across the nation in first quarter 2014-all potential stops for Trick-or-Treaters.
_______93.3%_______
Percentage of households with residents who considered their neighborhood safe in 2011. In addition, 79.5% said there was no place within a mile of their homes where they would be afraid to walk alone at night.
_______1,333_______
Number of U.S. manufacturing establishments that produce chocolate and cocoa products in 2012, employing 37,150 employees. This industry’s value of shipments totaled $14.4 billion, up slightly from $14.1 billion in 2007.
_______439_______
Number of U.S. manufacturing establishments that produced non-chocolate confectionary products employing 19,141 employees. This industry’s value of shipments totaled $8.0 billion on 2012.

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_______DRESSED TO THRILL_______
A sampling of occupation that one may dress up as for a Halloween costume:
Occupation
Athletes, coaches, umpires and related workers
1.02,274
Bailiffs, correctional officers and jailers
389,786
Dentists
101,614
Detective and criminal investigators
119,075
Farmers, ranchers, and other agricultural managers
499,022
Firefighters
262,997
Police and sheriff’s patrol officers
641,208
Registered nurses
2,058,961

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_______4,540_______
The number of motion picture theater (except drive-ins) where one could possibly enjoy a horrorfest. California (519), Texas (297), New York (272) and Florida (213) had most of such establishments. There were 225 drive-in motion picture theaters in 2012-both Pennsylvania and Ohio tied for the most, with 22 in each state.
_______50,900_______
Acres of pumpkin harvested in the U.S. in 2013, with a total estimated production value of $149.9 million. Of the top six pumpkin-producing states, Illinois led the country by producing an estimated 547.6 million pounds of this vined gourd, followed by California, Ohio, Michigan, New York and then Pennsylvania. Pumpkins are frequently carved as decorations around Halloween.

_______$686 Million_______
The estimated construction spending on theme-amusement parks in 2013. Halloween events in theme/amusement parks can be frightenly fun.
_______1,216_______
The number of costume rental and formal wear establishments; they had a total of 6,348 paid employees across the nation in 2012 (for the pay period including March 12, 2012).
_______$1.1 Billion_______
Dollar value of U.S. fresh apples exported in 2013. Mexico was the leading customer, purchasing $332 million worth. Whether bobbing for or dipping in caramel, apples can be a fun treat around Halloween.

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http://www.census.gov/content/dam/Census/newsroom/facts-for-features/2014/cb14ff-23_halloween.pdf

 

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2 responses

  1. Lord deliver us from evil!!

    Shalom and shalom
    sis jahfe

    October 30, 2014 at 7:16 PM

  2. You will be deleted from now on. Your files/comments will be too….from the first time you came until today! BYE BYE!

    October 31, 2014 at 7:20 AM

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