The Fourth of July is quickly approaching and Americans are busy preparing for pool parties, cookouts, and more. While there are a variety of traditions that are regarded as symbols of the quintessential American celebration, (think hot dogs, potato salad, and apple pie), Americans enjoy a wide range of activities and events on the Fourth of July.
Crimson Hexagon’s Topics of Conversation and Affinities™ inspired a comparison of audiences in different parts of the United States to find out how Americans actually celebrate Independence Day. The conversation taking place between July 3rd, 2013 and July 5th, 2013 was analyzed in three different regions that house three very unique cities: Boston (Massachusetts), Las Vegas (Nevada), and Washington, D.C. (District of Columbia, Virginia, and Maryland).
Selecting three regions that are both popular and unique Fourth of July destinations highlights the diversity of Americans celebrations. Topics of Conversation monitors provide a detailed analysis of each region’s most popular activities and Affinities highlights the interests of each audience.