Consumers not using restaurants as often as they want in the U.S. 2016, by income

This statistic shows the share of consumers who were not using restaurant services as often as they would like in the United States as of September 2016, by household income. During the survey, 60 percent of respondents who had a household income of less than 35 thousand U.S. dollars said they were not dining on premises in restaurants as much as they would like.

Share of consumers not using restaurant services as often as they would like in the United States as of September 2016, by household income

Not eating on the premises at restaurants and fast food places as often as they would likeNot purchasing food for takeout or delivery as often as they would like
Less than $35,00060%67%
$35,000 to $49,99945%48%
$50,000 to $74,99940%39%
$75,000 to $99,99940%37%
$100,000 or more28%27%
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Source

Release date

September 2016

Region

United States

Survey time period

September 8 to 11, 2016

Number of respondents

1,009 respondents

Special properties

adults.

Method of interview

Telephone interview

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