Wine sales to delivery company Drizly soared on Tuesday as more Americans predicted the outcome of the 2020 presidential election, NPR reported.
Sales of alcoholic beverages, including wine, wine and beer, have increased by almost 75% in blue states, such as California, Connecticut, Oregon, Massachusetts, New York, Rhode Island, Washington, New Jersey. and Illinois, on Election Day, according to NPR.
According to the NPR report, sales in states have traditionally favored Republican candidates, including Wyoming, Idaho, Louisiana, Tennessee, Missouri and Oklahoma, while sales in the neighboring states. nearly 55% increase.
The NPR reported more spike in sales in major cities across the US, including Washington, DC, and New York City.
The biggest percent of Drizly̵7;s increased sales were alcohol deliveries, which totaled about 42 percent while the next wine was 41 percent and beer 15 percent, NPR reports.
The company’s overall sales were up about 68% on Election Day, outpacing sales from the past four Tuesday. Drizly saw a similar increase four years ago in the 2016 presidential election, according to NPR.
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