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Table Data - Expenditures: Alcoholic Beverages by Composition of Consumer Unit: Married Couple with Children, Oldest Child 18 or over

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Title Expenditures: Alcoholic Beverages by Composition of Consumer Unit: Married Couple with Children, Oldest Child 18 or over
Series ID CXUALCBEVGLB0607M
Source U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics
Release Consumer Expenditure Surveys
Seasonal Adjustment Not Seasonally Adjusted
Frequency Annual
Units U.S. Dollars
Date Range 1984-01-01 to 2022-01-01
Last Updated 2023-09-14 4:19 PM CDT
Notes Composition of consumer unit refers to the classification of interviewed families according to: (1) relationship of other family members to the reference person; (2) age of the children of the reference person; and (3) combination of relationship to the reference person and age of the children. Stepchildren and adopted children are included with the reference person's own children.
The reference person is the first member mentioned by the respondent when asked to "Start with the name of the person or one of the persons who owns or rents the home." It is with respect to this person that the relationship of the other consumer unit members is determined.

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DATE VALUE
1984-01-01 401
1985-01-01 333
1986-01-01 344
1987-01-01 374
1988-01-01 299
1989-01-01 304
1990-01-01 341
1991-01-01 342
1992-01-01 348
1993-01-01 358
1994-01-01 354
1995-01-01 351
1996-01-01 354
1997-01-01 303
1998-01-01 308
1999-01-01 276
2000-01-01 477
2001-01-01 351
2002-01-01 490
2003-01-01 459
2004-01-01 506
2005-01-01 521
2006-01-01 502
2007-01-01 566
2008-01-01 528
2009-01-01 422
2010-01-01 420
2011-01-01 479
2012-01-01 411
2013-01-01 511
2014-01-01 570
2015-01-01 603
2016-01-01 491
2017-01-01 588
2018-01-01 539
2019-01-01 730
2020-01-01 695
2021-01-01 578
2022-01-01 724

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