Data Shows that Affluent Consumers Are On-line Consumers

The latest edition of the Ipsos Mendelsohn Affluent Surveyconfirms that affluent Americans spend a lot of time on line. The survey, done annually since 1977, shows that Americans who make $100,000 or more said they spent 22.1 hours per week on line, up from 10.7 hours five years ago. And for those making more than $250,000 per year,… Read More