Are you excited that we’re now entering fall, or are you sad that we’re leaving summer? According to a new poll, summer has a bigger fanbase.
33% of people said summer is their favorite season, followed by 22% who chose spring. Fall wasn’t too far behind with 19%. Only 7% of people said they like winter best, while 18% said that they don’t know or don’t have a favorite season.
There were big differences among age groups. Gen Z preferred winter 23% to spring’s 9%, while those 65 and older were the opposite, loving spring 32% over winter’s 2%.
This past week, Google Trends posted the most searched fall activities in every state . . . and for most of the country, it’s going to a pumpkin patch. That was #1 in 39 states, including everywhere west of the East Coast.
Apple picking was #1 in 10 states: Maine, New Hampshire, New York, Massachusetts, Rhode Island, Connecticut, New Jersey, Virginia, North Carolina, and South Carolina. And corn mazes were #1 in Vermont. (That’s only three fall activities. What’s YOUR favorite thing to do in autumn?)