Answer the next two questions
using this quotation:
"The increases in income don't have
much impact on eating habits. According to an
Agricultural Department study, a 10% gain in income
produces only a 3.6% rise in food spending.
One consumption item that does
appear quite responsive to income changes is liquor.
Americans, the study suggests, don't run off to the
supermarket after a pay raise, but they do spend more
money at the corner bar or liquor store."