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Nextdoor, the free and private social network for the neighborhood, released today the findings of a survey conducted online on their behalf by Harris Interactive among over 2,400 U.S. adults that examines Halloween habits this year.
Not just for kids: Nearly one in three (30 percent) parents dress up in costume for Halloween and one in four (24 percent) people believe you are never too old for trick-or-treating.
Creativity reigns: Nearly one in three parents (32 percent) have dressed their child(ren) in homemade costumes.
Age appropriate: 13 was the magic age when the most respondents believed that a child becomes too old to trick-or-treat (19 percent say this). The average age when parents believed it was most appropriate to begin taking a child trick-or-treating was around three years old. A mere 5 percent of Americans believe it's never appropriate to let a child partake in this most neighborly of holiday traditions.
Lower incomes spend the most: Americans with a household income of less than $35,000 who will spend any amount this Halloween said they plan to spend on average $112, which was the highest reported of al
l income groups. This is more than twice as much as people with a household income between $50,000-$75,000 who plan on spending about $5.