WalletHub recently released a study that ranked Cincinnati the 9th best city to celebrate Easter. 
“The report's methodology was developed in conjunction with academic experts in the field and the data was aggregated from well-known, mostly government, sources such as U.S. Census Bureau, Association Of Religion Data Archives, The Trust for Public Land, etc.,” says Diana Popa, communications manager at WalletHub. 
The study ranks Cincinnati 3rd in churches per capita, 52nd in percent of Christian population, 26th in brunch restaurants per capita, 10th in candy chocolate stores per capita, 16th in Easter egg-hunt events per capita, 41st in Easter weather forecast and 42nd in share of children aged 8 and younger. 
According to the study, $18.2 billion in Easter-related spending is expected in 2018. This comes out to be $150 per person celebrating. The study projects $2.6 billion in spending on Easter candy. 
The overall best city to celebrate Easter is New York, New York, and the last on the list is North Las Vegas, Nevada. 
“We compared the 100 most populated cities in the U.S. across four categories: 1) Easter Observers, 2) Easter Traditions, 3) Kids’ Easter and 4) Easter Weather. These categories were evaluated using 12 key metrics,” says Popa. According to Popa, the study was first released in 2016, and has become an annual study for WalletHub. For the report and more information please visit https://wallethub.com/edu/best-places-to-celebrate-easter/19774/.