The findings are based on 15,700 12 to 17-year-olds in the U.S.
“Parents are doing their research, leaving no stone left unturned."
“Becoming a parent can be stressful for both parents."
"We said, ‘You’re in charge.’ Now she's excelling."
"There’s a real appetite to become parent-preneurs."
Of those polled 45 percent claim they are too busy.
More than half (54 percent) believe it is more important than ever to pursue passions.
The survey sought to uncover how parents are taking the spooky and sweet to create a memorable Halloween experience for their children.
“In today’s ever busy world, we’re urging parents to take just 15 minutes each day to re-charge their batteries."
The study also found a fifth of moms and dads start planning for Halloween as early as the second week of September.