Welcome to UserTesting HITs, an ongoing series that shares human insight trends (HITs) uncovered from studies conducted by the UserTesting team. We hope you find these insights interesting and that they inspire you to conduct similar studies of your own! In this study, you'll learn how families in the Atlanta and San Francisco Bay Area metropolitan regions are preparing for Halloween during the pandemic.
With the CDC recently issuing guidance on Halloween celebrations, a treasured pastime to many US households is facing some major changes amid the COVID-19 pandemic. To better understand how families are planning to celebrate this year, we asked parents of children 10 and younger in the Atlanta and San Francisco Bay Area metropolitan regions how the pandemic is impacting their Halloween traditions and spending.
San Francisco Bay and Atlanta Metropolitan areas have different plans for trick-or-treating.
Most parents expected to spend less on Halloween this year, with top spending planned on costumes or decorations, correlating with the likelihood of trick-or-treating. Here's how parents plan to spend this Halloween:
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