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Hispanic” includes people of any race who identify themselves as Hispanic. “Other”includes people who identify themselves as non-Hispanic and as Alaska Native, American Indian, Asian (who are also included in the Asian column), Native Hawaiian or other Paciﬁc Islander, as well as non-Hispanics reporting more than one race. Numbers may not add to total because of rounding. “–” means sample is too small to make a reliable estimate. Source: Calculations by New Strategist based on the Bureau of Labor Statistics’ 2006 Consumer Expenditure Survey 34 WHO’S BUYING AT RESTAURANTS AND CARRY-OUTS Table 23.
Householders aged 45 to 74 spend 10 to 16 percent more than average on this item. Married couples without children at home (many of them empty-nesters) spend 29 percent more than average on lunch at full-service restaurants. Couples with school-aged or adult children at home spend 42 to 46 percent more. Asians spend 64 percent more than the average household on full-service lunches. Average household spending on full-service lunches is likely to increase in the years ahead as boomers become empty-nesters with more free time to enjoy a leisurely meal.
Married couples with children at home spend 57 percent more than average on dinner at fast-food restaurants as they try to ﬁt meals into their busy schedules. Single parents spend 17 percent more than average on this item. As boomers become empty-nesters and children’s meal preferences no longer guide restaurant choices, average household spending on fast-food restaurant dinners may decline. Table 34. 0 because of rounding and missing categories by household type. “Asian” and “black” include Hispanics and non-Hispanics who identify themselves as being of the respective race alone.