The data are based on a random sample of adults aged 18+ in the Chicago metro market area. Respondents were asked which stores they shopped during the past week. 02; % of Adults Shopping Each Store African Americans 2003; % of Adults Shopping Each Store Hispanics 2003; % of shoppers spending $150 or more weekly (2003) 1) JEWEL: 58.4; 60.7; 55.9; 55.3; 63.9 2) DOMINICK'S: 34.2; 36.2; 33.3; 27.2; 36.3 3) ALDI: 9.7; 9.1; 19.5; 12.3; 10.2 4) CUB FOODS: 8.7; 7.2; 11.6; 10.8; 11.0 5) MEIJER: ...
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