Data in everyday life: Fireworks complete holiday celebrations

Fireworks mark a variety of holidays worldwide, from Sydney Harbor’s extravaganza to welcome the New Year to the Chinese New Year. For Americans, they are traditionally associated most closely with celebration of our Independence Day, July 4. This CHARTrunner Lean chart reflects U.S. data of fireworks consumption from 2000 to 2008.

Source: U.S. Department of Commerce and International Trade Commission.

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2 thoughts on “Data in everyday life: Fireworks complete holiday celebrations

  1. Uhhhhh…..Craig,,,That is when the market/housing crashed, Obama Tyranny came into place and people were spending their hard earned money (or easy earned entitlement checks) on staples to LIVE. Who would have had money to piss up a creek (or in the air in this case) on fireworks!!!

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