African-American Demographics

July 2004
Convenience Store News;7/12/2004, Vol. 40 Issue 9, p74
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African-Americans have a young skew, with a very high index for adults ages 21 to 34. Target adults have high school or lower education levels. Very strong indexes for single adults or separated/ widowed/divorced adults. Demographics show these adults have a strong propensity for 3+ children households with children 12 and younger. Lower incomes are the norm, with more than 48 percent of household incomes of $30,000 or below.


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