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Grey Consumer Market Assessment 2006


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Published Date :
June 2006find similar
Report Type :
Market Assessmentfind similar
Report Sector :
Lifestylefind similar
Price :
£ 575
Contents :
13 Chapters

Table of Contents

The table of contents below is for Grey Consumer 2006

Executive Summary

1. Introduction

Report Coverage

Definition

2. Strategic Overview

Population Statistics

Table: The Uk Population By Age Group (000),-2004

Figure: The Uk Population By Age Group (000),

Table: The Uk Population Of Adults Aged Over By Age Group (000),-2004

Table: Life Expectancy At Birth In The Uk By Sex (years),-2005

Demographic Profile

Table: Demographic Profile Of Adults Aged Over (% Of Respondents),

Income

Table: Income And Source Of Income By Age Of Head Of Household Reference Person† In The Uk,/2005

Figure: Income By Age Of Head Of Household Reference Person† In The Uk,/2005

Table: Changes In Disposable And Gross Household Income By Age Of Head Of Household Reference Person† In The Uk,/2003 And/2005

Household Expenditure

Table: Average Weekly Household Expenditure By Age Of Household Reference Person† (£),/2005

Table: Average Weekly Household Expenditure By Age Of Household Reference Person† (%),/2005

Car Ownership

Table: Car Ownership Among Adults Over By Age Group (%),

Figure: Car Ownership Among Adults Over By Age Group (%),

Savings And Insurance

Table: Those Who Regularly Spend Money On Insurance Policies And On Savings And Investments (% Of Respondents),

Advertising And Marketing

3. Home And Garden

Introduction

Table: Home Ownership Among Adults Aged Over (% Of Respondents),

Expenditure On Housing

Table: Average Annual Household Expenditure On Housing By Age Of Household Reference Person† (£),/2005

Expenditure On Diy And Home Improvements

Table: Average Annual Expenditure On Household Maintenance And Repair And Alterations/improvements By Age Of Household Reference Person† (£),/2005

Table: Those Who Carry Out Diy In The Home (% Of Adults),

Table: Diy Tasks Carried Out (% Of Adults),

Expenditure On Household Goods And Services

Table: Average Annual Household Expenditure On Household Goods And Services By Households Headed By Adults Over (£),/2005

Figure: Average Annual Household Expenditure On Household Goods And Services By Households Headed By Adults Over (£),/2005

Expenditure On Gardening

Table: Garden Ownership And Size (% Of Adults),

Table: Average Annual Household Expenditure On Horticultural Goods, Garden Equipment And Plants By Households Headed By Adults Over (£),/2005

Table: Garden Items Respondents Have Spent Money On In The Last Year (% Of Adults),

Marketing And Supplier Activity

4. Looking Good And Staying Healthy

Introduction

Expenditure On Clothing And Personal Appearance

Table: Those Who Regularly Spend Money On Clothes (% Of Respondents),

Table: Average Annual Expenditure On Clothing And Footwear By Households Headed By Adults Over (£),/2005

Figure: Average Annual Expenditure On Clothing And Footwear By Households Headed By Adults Over (£),/2005

Expenditure On Personal Care

Table: Average Annual Expenditure On Personal Care By Households Headed By Adults Over (£),/2005

Health And Well-being

Expenditure On Medications

Table: Those Who Regularly Spend Money On Medications (% Of Respondents),

Vitamins And Supplements

Table: Those Who Regularly Take Vitamins, Minerals Or Supplements (% Of Respondents),

Table: Those Who Regularly Or Occasionally Take Cod Liver Oil (% Of Respondents),

Table: Where Those Taking Vitamins, Minerals And Supplements Purchase Them From (% Of Respondents),

Smoking

Table: Those Who Have Smoked Cigarettes In The Last Months (% Of Adults),

Diet

Table: Heavy Users† Of Fresh Fruit And Vegetables (% Of Adults),

Table: Average Annual Household Expenditure On Fresh Fruit And Vegetables (excluding Potatoes) By Households Headed By Adults Over (£),/2005

Table: Those Who Eat Crisps And/or Savoury Snacks (% Of Adults),

Table: Snack Brands Purchased Regularly By Social Grade (% Of Respondents), February

Exercise

Table: Those Who Have Visited A Leisure Centre, Health Club Or Gym In The Last Months (% Of Adults),

Marketing And Supplier Activity

5. Leisure And Holidays

Introduction

Expenditure On Leisure Goods And Services

Table: Average Annual Household Expenditure On Audio-visual, Photographic And Information Processing Equipment By Households Headed By Adults Over (£),/2005

Table: Average Annual Household Expenditure On Other Recreational Items And Equipment And On Pets By Households Headed By Adults Over (£),/2005

Table: Average Annual Household Expenditure On Newspapers, Books And Stationery By Households Headed By Adults Over (£),/2005

Figure: Average Annual Household Expenditure On Newspapers, Magazines And Periodicals By Households Headed By Adults Over (£),/2005

Table: Average Annual Household Expenditure On Recreational And Cultural Services By Households Headed By Adults Over (£),/2005

Pubs And Eating Out

Table: Those Who Visit A Pub For A Drink Or Meal (% Of Adults),

Holidays And Travel

Table: Average Weekly Household Expenditure On Package Holidays By Households Headed By Adults Over (£),/2005

Table: Those Who Have Had Any Holiday In The Last Months (% Of Adults),

Table: Number Of Family Members Who Went On Last Holiday Based On Those Who Have Had Any Holidays In The Last Months (% Of Adults),

Marketing And Supplier Activity

7. Pest Analysis

Political Factors

Economic Factors

Social Factors

Technological Factors

Table: Those With A Personal Computer In Their Household (% Of Adults),

Table: Main User(s) Of The Household Personal Computer (% Of Adults),

Table: How The Household Personal Computer Is Used (% Of Adults),

6. International Perspective

Table: Proportion Of Men And Women Aged Over Living Alone† (%),

Table: Living Arrangements Of Population Aged Over In Africa, Asia, Latin America/caribbean And Europe† (%),

8. Consumer Dynamics

Overall Findings

Table: Regular Purchases By Those Aged Over (% Of Respondents), February

Spending On Leisure

Books And Magazines

Table: Those Regularly Spending Money On Books And Magazines (% Of Respondents),

Music

Table: Those Regularly Spending Money On Compact Discs, Records Or Tapes (% Of Respondents),

Cinema And Theatre

Table: Those Regularly Spending Money On Going To The Cinema Or Theatre (% Of Respondents),

Eating And Drinking Out

Table: Those Regularly Spending Money On Eating Out And Drinking In Pubs (% Of Respondents),

Spending On Clothes

Table: Those Regularly Spending Money On Clothes (% Of Respondents),

Spending On Others

Table: Those Regularly Spending Money On Presents For Other People (% Of Respondents),

Spending On Home And Garden

Table: Those Regularly Spending Money On Gardening And Home Improvements (% Of Respondents),

Home Furnishings

Table: Those Regularly Spending Money On Things For The Home (% Of Respondents),

Spending On Mortgage Or Rent

Table: Those Regularly Spending Money On Mortgage And Rent (% Of Respondents),

Spending On Financial Products

Table: Those Regularly Spending Money On Insurance And Savings (% Of Respondents),

Spending On Medications

Table: Those Regularly Spending Money On Medications (% Of Respondents),

9. Company Profiles

Age Concern

Corporate Strategy

Profitability

Table: Financial Results For Age Concern Enterprises Ltd (£000), Years Endingst March-2005

Recent And Future Developments

Help The Aged

Corporate Strategy

Profitability

Table: Financial Results For Help The Aged (£000), Years Endingth April-2005

Recent And Future Developments

Saga Group Ltd

Corporate Strategy

Profitability

Table: Financial Results For Saga Group Ltd (£000), Years Endingst January-2005

Recent And Future Developments

10. The Future

Table: Projected Uk Population By Age Group (000), -2010

Table: Projected Uk Population By Age Group (%), -2010

Table: Projected Uk Population Over By Age Group (000),-2010

11. Consumer Confidence

Methodology

Key Findings This Quarter

The Willingness To Borrow

A Slow Start To

Table A: The Average Amount Consumers Are Willing To Borrow In Order To Purchase Expensive Items At Current And Constant November Prices (£ And £bn), February, May, August, November And February

The Desire To Borrow Stays Strong

Table B: The Number Of Adults Willing To Borrow In Order To Purchase Expensive Items (000 And %), February, May, August, November And February

The Willingness To Spend From Savings

Spending From Savings Declines

Table C: The Proportion Of Adults Without Any Savings (%), February, May, August, November And February

Table D: The Average Amount Consumers Are Willing To Spend From Savings In Order To Purchase Expensive Items At Current And Constant November Prices (£ And £bn), February, May, August, November And February

Consumers Increasingly Cautious

Table E: The Average Amounts Adults Are Confident Spending To Purchase Expensive Items (£ And %), February, May, August, November And February

12. Further Sources

General Sources

Government Sources

Other Sources

Bisnode Sources