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Are Angelenos’ appetites larger than the rest of the U.S.?

Consumers in Los Angeles had the largest share of total spending—20%—on restaurants in 2015 Q2.

Read the Report “Profiles of Local Consumer Commerce in the United States”

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Paychecks, Paydays, and the Online Platform Economy

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Profiles of Local Consumer Commerce in 15 U.S. Metro Areas

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How Falling Gas Prices Fuel the Economy

57 MillionDebit or Credit Card account holders

57 Million People

25.6 MillionRegular users of a Chase
Credit or Debit Card

25.6 Million People

Average of 5+ monthly transactions

Used for Geographic Analysis

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1 MillionDebit Card holders who are considered core Chase Customers

5+ monthly transactions
from checking account
They do not hold a gas station specific card
Live in a zip code with 140+ other individuals in our sample.

376 Million Credit and
Debit Transactions

Gas Spending Spending at gas stations

Non-Gas Spending Spending that does not
occur at gas stations

Weathering Volatility

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