Monthly shopping trip frequency in the US in 2016, by trip type and ethnicity

This statistic shows the average amount of shopping trips taken per month in the United States in 2016, by trip type and shopper ethnicity. In 2016, Hispanic shoppers with children stated they took on average 4.4 routine grocery shopping trips per month, compared to an average of four trips for all U.S. shoppers.

In an average month, about how many of each of the following types of shopping trips do you make?

Total U.S. shoppersU.S. Hispanic shoppersHispanic shoppers with kids
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Release date

December 2017

Region

United States

Survey time period

2016

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