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The Consumer Expenditure Survey (CE) program consists of two surveys, the Quarterly Interview Survey and the Diary Survey, that provide information on the buying habits of American consumers, including data on their expenditures, income, and consumer unit (families and single consumers) characteristics. The survey data are collected for the Bureau of Labor Statistics by the U.S. Census Bureau. The CE is important because it is the only Federal survey to provide information on the complete range of consumers' expenditures and incomes, as well as the characteristics of those consumers.
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American Buyers: Demographics of Shopping presents 2012 spending data in a groundbreaking guide to buying patterns, essential information in these difficult economic times. While most businesses have a feel for what is happening in their own establishment, American Buyers lets them see the big picture beyond their walls or web site. Its unique weekly and quarterly spending data, which are not available online, show the percentage of households that buy individual products and services and how much buyers pay for them, all broken down by the demographics that count—age, household income, household type, race and Hispanic origin, region of residence, and education.
The dynamic marketplace of American consumers is at your fingertips in the new 14th edition of The American Marketplace: Demographics and Spending Patterns. Designed for convenience, The American Marketplace collects in one handy volume the latest demographic and socioeconomic data to keep you up to date with the ever-changing consumer landscape. Its hundreds of tables are organized into 11 chapters covering attitudes, education, health, housing, income, labor force, living arrangements, population, spending, time use, and wealth. The American Marketplace reveals the latest demographic trends and tells the American story. It examines changing lifestyles in rich detail, from growing racial and ethnic diversity to declining homeownership, from disappearing nuclear families to shifting patterns of household spending, from another baby bust to new attitudes toward gay marriage and the American Dream.
Find out how the American marketplace has been transformed by recovery from the Great Recession in the new 12th edition of Best Customers: Demographics of Consumer Demand, with all-important 2014 spending datathe first year of spending recovery. Best Customers is a unique look at who the best and biggest customers are for hundreds of individual products and services. The new edition of Best Customers includes analyses of spending trends before (2000 to 2006) and after (2006 to 2014) the Great Recession, product by product. Best Customers analyzes household spending on more than 300 products and services by age of householder, household income, household type, race and Hispanic origin of householder, region of residence, and educational attainment of householder.
Market research report summarizes current research on why consumers buy and how to influence their purchasing, based on data from U.S. retail market analysts, consumer behavior specialists and recent consumer survey results. The handbook presents insight on demographics, including the Hispanic, African-American, Asian-American, Baby Boomer, Generation X, Millennial, Gay & Lesbian, and Affluent consumer groups.
Based on data collected by the Bureau of Labor Statistics' 2013 Consumer Expenditure Survey, this report examines how much Americans spend out-of-pocket on health care by the demographics that count: age, income, high-income households, household type, race and Hispanic origin, region of residence, and education.