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Malthus's Essay appears to be like on the perennial tendency of people to outstrip their assets: copy consistently exceeds nutrients creation. this day Malthus is still a byword for obstacle approximately man's demographic and ecological clients.

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Hispanics may be of any race. Numbers will not add to total because not all categories are shown. Source: Bureau of Labor Statistics, unpublished tables from the 2003 Consumer Expenditure Survey 52 WHO’S BUYING APPAREL Table 21. Apparel: Indexed spending by race and Hispanic origin, 2003 (indexed average annual spending of consumer units (CU) on apparel, accessories, and related services by race and Hispanic origin of consumer unit reference person, 2003; index definition: an index of 100 is the average for all consumer units; an index of 132 means that spending by consumer units in that group is 32 percent above the average for all consumer units; an index of 68 indicates spending that is 32 percent below the average for all consumer units) race total consumer units $40,817 100 Asian $44,923 110 Men’s apparel Suits, sports coats, and tailored jackets Coats and jackets Underwear and socks Nightwear Accessories Sweaters and vests Active sportswear Shirts Pants Shorts Uniforms Costumes 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 Boys’ (aged 2 to 15) apparel Coats and jackets Sweaters Shirts Underwear, nightwear, socks, and accessories Suits, sports coats, and vests Pants Shorts Active sportswear Uniforms Costumes Hispanic origin black $28,708 70 white and other $42,360 104 Hispanic $34,575 85 non-Hispanic $41,521 102 106 103 88 34 105 137 208 96 43 90 126 111 87 137 98 64 106 116 78 87 36 70 70 38 60 21 44 41 100 105 100 100 103 100 105 104 106 109 104 110 108 107 107 109 83 80 129 82 67 113 56 137 129 119 127 39 99 99 102 103 96 102 104 99 106 95 96 98 97 107 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 58 44 97 16 48 180 82 76 28 77 82 125 112 124 124 130 176 127 134 100 115 94 98 100 97 100 98 86 97 96 102 99 102 143 118 106 152 198 105 138 109 78 151 77 95 98 99 93 88 100 96 99 102 94 103 Women’s apparel Coats and jackets Dresses Sweaters and vests Shirts, blouses, and tops Skirts Pants Shorts Active sportswear Nightwear Undergarments, hosiery, and socks Sports coats, tailored jackets, and suits Accessories Uniforms Costumes 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 102 43 157 104 94 44 114 27 23 164 106 116 130 83 150 84 99 125 56 70 107 84 64 113 62 82 110 61 141 63 102 102 94 106 104 101 102 108 101 103 102 98 104 95 103 83 68 95 53 95 107 100 116 37 55 113 65 63 65 30 102 104 101 106 101 99 100 98 108 106 98 104 105 104 108 Girls’ (aged 2 to 15) apparel Coats and jackets Dresses and suits Shirts, blouses, and sweaters Skirts and pants Shorts Active sportswear Underwear, nightwear, socks, and accessories Uniforms Costumes 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 67 110 76 49 62 24 2 136 71 71 112 132 196 80 124 136 75 94 151 68 100 95 88 105 98 98 107 99 94 105 119 107 160 119 130 102 104 102 146 96 98 99 92 98 97 100 99 100 95 100 Children’s (under age 2) apparel 100 154 127 94 149 94 Average spending of CU, total Average spending of CU, index APPAREL, AVERAGE SPENDING WHO’S BUYING APPAREL 53 race total consumer units Asian Footwear Men’s Children’s Women’s 100 100 100 100 Other apparel products and services Sewing material, patterns, and notions Watches Jewelry Coin-operated apparel laundry and dry cleaning Professional laundry, dry cleaning 100 100 100 100 100 100 Hispanic origin black white and other Hispanic non-Hispanic 99 105 41 126 150 127 189 142 93 96 90 93 125 145 163 94 97 94 92 101 143 119 460 125 158 97 78 28 62 47 163 104 102 109 92 106 89 100 104 57 69 77 308 59 100 106 104 103 76 105 Note: Other races include Alaska Natives, American Indians, Native Hawaiians, other Pacific Islanders, and consumer unit reference persons reporting more than one race.

Means sample is too small to make a reliable estimate. Source: Calculations by New Strategist based on the 2003 Consumer Expenditure Survey 32 WHO’S BUYING APPAREL Table 11. 4 Note: Numbers may not add to total because of rounding. (–) means sample is too small to make a reliable estimate. 4 Table 12. 52 Note: Numbers will not add to total because not all categories are shown. Source: Bureau of Labor Statistics, unpublished tables from the 2003 Consumer Expenditure Survey 36 WHO’S BUYING APPAREL Table 13.

Source: Bureau of Labor Statistics, unpublished tables from the 2003 Consumer Expenditure Survey 36 WHO’S BUYING APPAREL Table 13. Apparel: Indexed spending by high-income consumer units, 2003 (indexed average annual spending of consumer units (CU) with high incomes on apparel, accessories, and related services, by before-tax income of consumer unit, 2003; complete income reporters only; index definition: an index of 100 is the average for all consumer units; an index of 132 means that spending by consumer units in that group is 32 percent above the average for all consumer units; an index of 68 indicates spending that is 32 percent below the average for all consumer units) total complete reporters $100,000 or more $100,000– $119,999 $120,000– $149,999 $150,000 or more $42,742 100 $93,515 219 $75,602 177 $86,451 202 $118,674 278 Men’s apparel Suits, sports coats, and tailored jackets Coats and jackets Underwear and socks Nightwear Accessories Sweaters and vests Active sportswear Shirts Pants Shorts Uniforms Costumes 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 215 215 355 200 159 304 201 289 355 207 125 159 223 393 155 147 184 244 81 225 122 219 421 105 86 101 81 200 203 207 290 40 181 270 161 301 319 246 154 113 289 483 291 297 595 277 227 418 318 356 311 287 144 258 325 535 Boysʼ (aged 2 to 15) apparel Coats and jackets Sweaters Shirts Underwear, nightwear, socks, and accessories Suits, sports coats, and vests Pants Shorts Active sportswear Uniforms Costumes 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 197 181 161 187 190 257 184 165 297 298 253 146 127 96 164 71 110 162 157 236 236 215 155 140 208 122 117 356 174 148 220 109 264 286 274 196 263 377 341 216 186 424 514 288 Womenʼs apparel Coats and jackets Dresses Sweaters and vests Shirts, blouses, and tops Skirts Pants Shorts Active sportswear Nightwear Undergarments, hosiery, and socks Sports coats, tailored jackets, and suits Accessories Uniforms Costumes 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 221 175 212 286 238 198 221 169 176 137 191 324 207 227 405 161 119 100 190 192 257 163 58 137 126 129 226 186 206 234 198 93 184 211 220 102 220 149 190 134 206 361 139 170 546 303 298 357 447 303 208 285 306 208 151 248 402 281 296 483 Girlsʼ (aged 2 to 15) apparel Coats and jackets Dresses and suits Shirts, blouses, and sweaters Skirts and pants Shorts Active sportswear Underwear, nightwear, socks, and accessories Uniforms Costumes 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 209 197 260 205 192 171 260 188 201 258 167 166 60 234 183 150 137 153 163 159 164 182 163 128 162 180 186 134 160 397 290 242 553 234 224 187 451 268 276 257 Childrenʼs (under age 2) apparel 100 181 146 232 181 Average spending of CU, total Average spending of CU, index APPAREL, AVERAGE SPENDING WHO’S BUYING APPAREL 37 total complete reporters $100,000 or more $100,000– $119,999 $120,000– $149,999 $150,000 or more Footwear Men’s Children’s Women’s 100 100 100 100 150 114 157 168 136 111 127 156 174 127 175 202 146 108 175 156 Other apparel products and services Sewing material, patterns, and notions Watches Jewelry Coin-operated apparel laundry and dry cleaning Professional laundry, dry cleaning 100 100 100 100 100 100 301 175 252 357 41 392 171 164 188 168 55 246 268 79 256 334 40 334 469 260 318 584 27 597 Source: Calculations by New Strategist based on the 2003 Consumer Expenditure Survey 38 WHO’S BUYING APPAREL Table 14.

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