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The Impact of Demographic Trends on US Consumer Spending: Methodological Notes


February 2017 | Publication

Findings from The Impact of Demographic Trends on Consumer Spending draw from our projections of US consumption and population growth. Due to varying availability of data at different geographic levels, several procedures and data sources are required to form comprehensive projections of population and consumption growth by age, product category, and geography. These notes describe the methods behind those projections.



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Gad Levanon, PhD

Vice President, Labor Markets
The Conference Board

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Brian Anderson

Associate Program Director
The Demand Institute

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Ben Cheng

Senior Methodologist, Data Analytics
The Conference Board

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Frank Steemers

Economist
The Conference Board

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