Comparing 1980 and now, we would see that many of us are older when we experience five of life’s key milestones.
Our shared Halloween candy favorites demonstrate that red and blue states can agree on the sweeter parts of life.
Knowing that consumers fuel the GDP, we can ask if our projected Mother’s Day spending will continue to support the economy.
Because the people in red and blue states prefer the same Halloween candy, we have one holiday that unites us.
Because of the coronavirus impact, consumer spending has shifted away from many of the goods and services we normally buy.
While we know that GDP can influence an election, economists also ask whether the results of the election will affect the GDP.
Looking at our Halloween spending, we can compare the candy that red and blue states prefer and then see what else we buy.
Finding out what we eat, what we waste, and what we spend on our food can depend on the decade we look at and when we were born.