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Homepage / You can now analyse consumer spending by income bands in Passport

You can now analyse consumer spending by income bands in Passport


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It is now possible to analyse consumer spending by income bands in Passport. You can find the new analysis tool via the ‘Consumers’ – ‘Income and Expenditure’ links on the site. The tool allows you to explore how spending on consumer goods and services varies across households income levels, countries and time. A training video is available.

Passport is a global market research service which provides on international consumer lifestyles. It is a comprehensive source of in-depth statistics for 205 countries, including historical data and future forecasting. It covers 1977 to the present, along with future forecasts.

A link to Passport is available from the resources lists on the Library’s web pages.

Please contact if you have any queries.

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Written By: Helen Beton

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