2010 Pinpoint-U.S. Counties-Consumer Spending-Food-Cereals and Baked Goods

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					U.S. Counties-Consumer Spending-Food-Cereals & Baked Goods
2010 edition




   3,000+ U.S. Counties




   Food-Cereals & Baked Goods Categories




   Methodology




   Demographic Descriptions
                                        METHODOLOGY

Pinpoint Demographics uses regression analysis to estimate the most accurate and timely current year population
demographics and consumer spending.


The following steps were used in calculating the estimates in the Population Demographics database:
1) 1990 and 2009 zip codes data from the U.S. Census were matched. Where zip codes were not able to be
matched, data from neighboring zip codes were considered in adjusting data.
2) Regression analysis was used on 1990 and 2000 data to calculate the estimates for the current year.
3) Where the percent change of data from 2000 to current year were too low or too high from an acceptable
range, data from neighboring zip codes were considered in adjusting data.
4) Population Density catgories and Population Segments categories were added according to the definitions in
the U.S. Population Demographics database.


The following steps were used in calculating the estimates in the Consumer Spending database:
1) The Consumer Spending database were calculated based on the U.S. Census' "Consumer Expenditure
Survey" and Pinpoint Demographics' U.S. Population Demographics database.
2) Consumer Spending categories are based on the family income categories, such as $25,000 to $49,999
income each year.


Consumer Spending Database Categories
The Consumer Spending Database has a hierarchy ranking of categories, include the Main category and
      sub categories,
three sub-categories, notated 1), 2) and 3). The following example describes the hierarchy:
  Main Category: Food
    Sub-category 1): Food-at-home
      Sub-category 2): Cereals and bakery products
        Sub-category 3): Cereals and cereal products
        Sub-category 3): Bakery products

Sub-categories 3) will add up to sub-category 2). Sub-categories 2) will add up to sub-category 1), etc.




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                                POPULATION SEGMENTS-DEFINITIONS
                                           © 2009 Pinpoint Demographics

                                   Urban                         Suburban                      Rural
                                                                 Population within zip code is
                                   Population within zip code is between than 10,000 and       Population within zip code is
Population Density Definition      greater than 50,000           50,000                        less than 10,000

                                   Population growth is greater Population growth is greater Population growth is greater
Pop Increasing Growth              than 25% from 2000 to 2009 than 25% from 2000 to 2009 than 25% from 2000 to 2009

                                   Black population is greater     Black population is greater     Black population is greater
High Black Ratio                   than 50% of total population    than 50% of total population    than 50% of total population
                                   Hispanic population is          Hispanic population is          Hispanic population is
                                   greater than 50% of total       greater than 50% of total       greater than 50% of total
High Hispanic Ratio                population                      population                      population
                                   Black and/or Hispanic           Black and/or Hispanic           Black and/or Hispanic
                                   population is greater than      population is greater than      population is greater than
Diverse Ratio                      25% of total population         25% of total population         25% of total population
                                   White population has            White population has            White population has
                                   declined by more than 25%       declined by more than 25%       declined by more than 25%
Declining White Growth             from 2000 to 2009               from 2000 to 2009               from 2000 to 2009
                                   Black and/or Hispanic           Black and/or Hispanic           Black and/or Hispanic
                                   population has increased by     population has increased by     population has increased by
                                   more than 25% from 2000 to      more than 25% from 2000 to      more than 25% from 2000 to
Increasing Minority Growth         2009                            2009                            2009
                                   Population has more than        Population has more than        Population has more than
                                   25% of high per capita          25% of high per capita          25% of high per capita
                                   income and/or white collar      income and/or white collar      income and/or white collar
                                   workers and/or college          workers and/or college          workers and/or college
Wealth White Collar High Ed        graduates                       graduates                       graduates
                                   Population has more than        Population has more than        Population has more than
                                   25% of low per capita           25% of low per capita           25% of low per capita
                                   income and/or blue collar       income and/or blue collar       income and/or blue collar
                                   workers and/or high school      workers and/or high school      workers and/or high school
Poverty Blue Collar Low Ed         dropouts                        dropouts                        dropouts

                                   Youth population (younger       Youth population (younger       Youth population (younger
                                   than 25 years old) is greater   than 25 years old) is greater   than 25 years old) is greater
Young Ratio                        than 25% of total population    than 25% of total population    than 25% of total population
                                   Youth population (younger       Youth population (younger       Youth population (younger
                                   than 25 years old) has          than 25 years old) has          than 25 years old) has
                                   increased by more than 25%      increased by more than 25%      increased by more than 25%
Young Growth                       from 2000 to 2009               from 2000 to 2009               from 2000 to 2009
                                                                   Farming jobs are more than      Farming jobs are more than
                                                --
Farming                                                            25% of all jobs                 25% of all jobs
            POPULATION DEMOGRAPHICS CATEGORIES
                                     © Pinpoint Demographics

   Population
  Demographics              Occupation                Education              Population
   Categories                Catgories                Categories             Segments

                                                                         Population Density
Total population        Managerial               Less than 9th grade     Definition

                                                 9th to 12th grade, no   Pop Increasing
Population by gender    Sales occupations        diploma                 Growth


Population by race      Administrative support   High school graduate    High Black Ratio

                                                 Some college, no
Population by age       Service                  degree                  High Hispanic Ratio

Population by           Farming, forestry, and
occupation              fishing                  Associate degree        Diverse Ratio
Population by
educational                                                              Declining White
attainment              Production
                        Production               Bachelor's
                                                 Bachelor's degree       Growth
                                                                         Growth

Population by family                             Graduate or             Increasing Minority
income                                           professional degree     Growth

Population by per                                                        Wealthy White Collar
capita income by race                                                    High Education

                                                                         Poverty Blue Collar
                                                                         Low Education


                                                                         Young Ratio


                                                                         Young Growth


                                                                         Farming
                     CONSUMER SPENDING CATEGORIES
                                           © Pinpoint Demographics


                                  Housing                 Transportation
  Food Categories                Categories                 Categories           Other Categories

Food                       Housing                    Transportation            Healthcare
                                                      Vehicle purchases (net
Food at home               Owned dwellings            outlay)                   Health insurance
Cereals and bakery         Mortgage interest and
products                   charges                    Cars and trucks, new      Medical services
Meats, poultry, fish and   Maintenance, repairs,
eggs                       insurance                  Cars and trucks, used     Drugs


Dairy Products             Rented dwellings           Gasoline and motor oil    Medical supplies
                           Utilities, fuels, and      Maintenance and
Fruits and vegetables      public services            repairs                   Entertainment
                                                                                Personal care products
Nonalcoholic beverages Natural gas                    Vehicle insurance         and services
                                                      Vehicle rental, leases,
Food away from home        Electricity
                           Electricity                licenses                  Reading
                                                                                Reading


Alcoholic beverages        Fuel oil and other fuels   Public transportation     Education
                                                                                Personal insurance and
                           Telephone services                                   pensions
                           Water and other public                               Life and other personal
                           services                                             insurance
                                                                                Pensions and Social
                           Household operations                                 Security


                           Personal services                                    Furniture


                           Household supplies                                   Floor coverings
                           Laundry and cleaning
                           supplies                                             Major appliances
                           Household furnishings                                Small appliances, misc.
                           and equipment                                        housewares
                                                                 2010 US$ Consumer Spending
                                                  Average annual
                                                 expenditures-Main                               Food at home-Sub
  STATE                  COUNTY                      Category            Food-Main Category        Category (1)
AK         ALEUTIANS EAST                                   79,088,542              10,115,275                5,888,206
           ALEUTIANS WEST                                  132,377,150              16,706,274                9,492,986
           ANCHORAGE                                     8,902,515,038           1,084,606,949              596,601,175
           BETHEL                                          390,213,378              50,679,140               29,924,010
           BRISTOL BAY                                      15,874,938               2,035,504                1,185,598
           DENALI                                           80,872,803              10,284,715                5,928,825
           DILLINGHAM                                      127,357,472              15,898,860                9,016,180
           FAIRBANKS NORTH STAR                          2,579,691,643             318,113,797              176,527,618
           HAINES                                           86,866,457              10,131,820                5,376,166
           JUNEAU                                        1,149,708,318             136,444,763               72,941,101
           KENAI PENINSULA                               1,516,672,267             191,872,083              110,061,470
           KETCHIKAN GATEWAY                               376,580,949              47,167,144               26,737,173
           KODIAK ISLAND                                   401,684,523              49,648,953               27,573,332
           LAKE AND PENINSULA                               46,343,095               6,047,084                3,578,337
           MATANUSKA SUSITNA                             2,396,208,264             292,903,234              161,870,897
           NOME                                            228,394,102              29,738,491               17,575,788
           NORTH SLOPE                                     246,107,533              30,387,686               16,980,614
           NORTHWEST ARCTIC                                175,205,398              22,333,088               12,953,591
           PRINCE WALES KETCHIKAN                          145,371,601              18,438,098               10,653,901
           SITKA                                           303,099,753              35,684,696               18,870,604
           SKAGWAY HOONAH ANGOON                            69,648,717               8,904,432                5,167,724
           SOUTHEAST FAIRBANKS                             149,600,591              18,706,609               10,554,045
           VALDEZ CORDOVA                                  219,135,662              27,846,724               15,998,435
           WADE HAMPTON                                    167,350,607              22,464,542               14,008,621
           WRANGELL PETERSBURG                             167,842,583              20,626,616               11,513,880
           YAKUTAT                                          13,609,355               1,783,061                1,072,449
           YUKON KOYUKUK                                   126,747,630              16,797,289               10,200,222
AK Total                                                20,294,168,370           2,496,366,928            1,388,252,948




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                                                                 2010 US$ Consumer Spending

                                                 Cereals and bakery        Cereals and cereal       Bakery products-Sub
  STATE                  COUNTY               products-Sub Category (2) products-Sub Category (3)      Category (3)
AK         ALEUTIANS EAST                                       785,721                   264,367                  521,906
           ALEUTIANS WEST                                     1,285,733                   431,742                  854,904
           ANCHORAGE                                         80,423,930               26,601,042                53,868,387
           BETHEL                                             4,019,699                 1,357,993                2,663,483
           BRISTOL BAY                                          160,706                    54,558                  106,181
           DENALI                                               806,238                   272,120                  534,497
           DILLINGHAM                                         1,214,805                   406,320                  809,048
           FAIRBANKS NORTH STAR                              23,836,224                 7,871,395               15,982,257
           HAINES                                               716,453                   235,053                  481,573
           JUNEAU                                             9,818,982                 3,238,040                6,585,021
           KENAI PENINSULA                                   14,860,173                 4,963,401                9,905,261
           KETCHIKAN GATEWAY                                  3,612,515                 1,208,524                2,406,141
           KODIAK ISLAND                                      3,731,921                 1,232,429                2,502,122
           LAKE AND PENINSULA                                   481,179                   163,171                  318,288
           MATANUSKA SUSITNA                                 21,830,214                 7,236,250               14,604,798
           NOME                                               2,369,717                   798,726                1,572,356
           NORTH SLOPE                                        2,289,972                   763,778                1,527,298
           NORTHWEST ARCTIC                                   1,741,407                   583,330                1,158,995
           PRINCE WALES KETCHIKAN                             1,436,279                   481,970                  954,951
           SITKA                                              2,535,264                   832,298                1,704,225
           SKAGWAY HOONAH ANGOON                                697,809                   233,917                  464,265
           SOUTHEAST FAIRBANKS                                1,428,802                   477,999                  951,644
           VALDEZ CORDOVA                                     2,162,079                   725,223                1,438,174
           WADE HAMPTON                                       1,883,169                   641,544                1,242,165
           WRANGELL PETERSBURG                                1,546,143                   515,204                1,031,576
           YAKUTAT                                              143,355                    48,324                   95,144
           YUKON KOYUKUK                                      1,371,090                   464,808                  906,695
AK Total                                                   187,189,581                62,103,527               125,191,356




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                                                                 2010 US$ Consumer Spending
                                                  Average annual
                                                 expenditures-Main                               Food at home-Sub
     STATE                 COUNTY                    Category            Food-Main Category        Category (1)
AL           AUTAUGA                                     1,425,701,525             177,472,088              100,129,186
             BALDWIN                                     6,214,204,792             782,459,851              448,275,781
             BARBOUR                                       762,543,730              97,970,618               57,421,658
             BIBB                                          738,140,448              96,290,411               57,244,548
             BLOUNT                                      1,103,300,239             141,713,087               82,488,644
             BULLOCK                                       302,762,548              40,906,704               25,058,153
             BUTLER                                        520,665,099              66,045,906               38,246,320
             CALHOUN                                     3,281,920,234             401,006,431              222,503,693
             CHAMBERS                                    1,002,792,392             130,110,544               77,141,302
             CHEROKEE                                      495,933,004              64,107,705               37,725,476
             CHILTON                                       860,376,349             110,564,156               64,564,982
             CHOCTAW                                       395,826,367              52,265,103               31,535,777
             CLARKE                                        731,765,862              95,978,639               57,258,597
             CLAY                                          314,016,039              41,403,937               25,030,237
             CLEBURNE                                      388,968,515              51,750,241               31,313,987
             COFFEE                                      1,321,696,742             165,902,072               93,943,733
             COLBERT                                     1,458,841,016             186,952,859              108,998,021
             CONECUH                                       339,503,848              43,068,338               24,985,895
             COOSA                                         308,837,669              39,482,183               23,077,980
             COVINGTON                                   1,053,469,738             131,831,356               75,194,236
             CRENSHAW                                      425,627,799              55,961,309               33,783,143
             CULLMAN                                     1,862,165,006             236,651,089              137,122,272
             DALE                                        1,321,431,139             170,820,737              100,779,454
             DALLAS                                      1,107,608,351             144,652,218               86,071,003
             DE KALB                                     1,939,147,492             247,490,523              144,693,369
             ELMORE                                      2,238,364,265             283,710,776              163,516,285
             ESCAMBIA                                    1,015,363,850             129,731,242               75,274,271
             ETOWAH                                      2,566,690,711             327,087,913              189,737,047
             FAYETTE                                       354,271,573              46,257,750               27,701,728
             FRANKLIN                                      859,448,720             112,275,519               67,026,804
             GENEVA                                        748,660,888              98,451,434               59,502,054
             GREENE                                        227,046,145              29,804,215               17,921,538
             HALE                                          744,054,494              97,298,905               58,143,285
             HENRY                                         461,310,986              59,848,582               35,465,044
             HOUSTON                                     2,203,962,114             275,001,530              155,637,080
             JACKSON                                     1,565,
				
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Description: The 2010 Pinpoint-U.S. Counties-Consumer Spending-Food-Cereals and Baked Goods report, published annuallly by Pinpoint Demographics (a division of Barnes Reports), provides 2010 consumer spending by 3,100+ U.S. counties. The consumer spending data categories include: total consumer spending, food at home, cereal products, and baked goods. These estimates from Pinpoint Demographics are based on exponential regression analysis from 1990 to 2000 U.S. Census data. Pinpoint Demographics' database of U.S. zip code demographic data is the most accurate and current data available for the 30,000+ U.S. zip codes.
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