Organic sales share in Great Britain in 2012, by social grouping

This statistic shows the share of organic products sold in Great Britain, by social grouping. Consumers in the AB social grouping (higher income earners, including higher and intermediate managerial or professional workers) held the largest share of organic sales at 38.2 percent. The remaining share was split fairly evenly between organic consumers in the C1 group (middle income earners, including clerical and administrative workers) and C2DE groups (lower income and non-working, including manual workers).

Share of organic product sales in Great Britain in 2012, by social grouping

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Source

Release date

March 2013

Region

United Kingdom (Great Britain)

Survey time period

2012

Supplementary notes

Demographic classifications in the UK:
A = upper middle class
B = middle class
C1 = lower middle class
C2 = skilled working class
D = working class
E = those at lowest level of subsistence

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