My neighborhood is kind of a Halloween destination--we're close to three elementary schools, the houses are close together, and one of my neighbors constructs a mini haunted house on their lawn. So, we normally get tons of kids trick or treating.
Last year, I handed out 600 pieces of candy in less than 90 minutes and had to turn out the porch light before 7pm. This year, we handed out about 500 but only because we were throwing handfuls in kids' bags near the end. We didn't even turn out the light until after 8:30pm.
Despite the relative lack of trick or treaters, I feel bad for my new next door neighbors. No one in the neighborhood had thought to warn them that we're popular on Halloween, so they only bought one bag of candy. My fiance happened to get the story as he was coming home from work. I went over there with a bag of candy, but they had already left for the store.