Doesn’t mean much if they don’t say how big the family is. Or are we supposed to go to the link?
The prime question that should be asked here is what percentage of responders are on SNAP, SCHIP, WICs, EBT, Section 8, EITC, TANF, etc.
Damn, it is getting harder and harder to shop for food, even with coupons!
We spend $320 a month for two people. We don’t HAVE $150 a week to spend.
Absolutely worthless poll with number of persons left out. The idea that this 100 lb senior spends $100 a week on groceries is ridiculous.
On a positive note, the local squirrel population is falling slightly.
I would think most Americans couldn’t respond accurately. If you do your weekly shopping at Waldbaum’s, Publix, etc you’re also buying toothpaste, toilet paper,soap,garbage bags , foil etc. I don’t sit down and separate what food I bought from what dry goods etc I bought.Unless a family does all their food shopping in one place and the rest in another, say Costco or a $.99 Store, this survey is pretty much worthless.IMO
I wonder how much of the increase is from putting ethanol in gasoline?
Thank God for taco trucks.