The data depicts the findings of an online survey conducted among approx. 1,000 Hispanic shoppers in the U.S. in 2017. The survey asked Hispanic consumers about their accompaniment on their shopping trips. Some 50% of respondents indicated that they shop with their spouse or partner, compared to just 35% of the total U.S. population.
|Shop with someone (total-NET)||79||59|
|Any children (below 18 years)||34||21|
|Another adult (family, friend, roommate, etc.)||25||21|