Consumer Expenditure Survey

CE Tables

This page provides links to tables with expenditure and income data calculated by the Consumer Expenditure Survey. Some tables provide population means (as opposed to means of those reporting), percent shares, and variance measures (Standard Error and Coefficient of Variation). Other tables present aggregate expenditures and income and related aggregate percent shares. The tables first provide the most recent data and the links to tables for selected historical time periods.

CE provides these tables in two sections. The first contains tables that we produce regularly and the second provides experimental tables that have recently been developed.

Regular Tables present data in these categories: Experimental tables provide annual means for new classifications of expenditures or socio-economic characteristics. Currently, CE provides three experimental tables.

Midyear Tables

July 2014 through June 2015

CURRENT COMBINED EXPENDITURE, SHARE, AND STANDARD ERROR TABLES

Previous Years: July 2011 through June 2015 »

Annual Calendar Year Tables

2014

CURRENT COMBINED EXPENDITURE, SHARE, AND STANDARD ERROR TABLES

Previous Years: 2012 to 2014 »


CURRENT AGGREGATE EXPENDITURE SHARES TABLES

Previous Years: 1989 to 2014 »

EXPENDITURE TABLES

The separate expenditure table format has been discontinued with the release of the 2012 data. Previous tables from 1972-73, and 1984 through 2011 are available at expenditure tables.
These separate data tables have been replaced by the combined expenditure, share, and standard error tables. The new table includes expenditure means, shares, and standard error data organized by various demographic characteristics.

Previous Years: 1960-61, 1972-73, 1984 to 2011 »

EXPENDITURE SHARES TABLES

The separate expenditure shares table format has been discontinued with the release of the 2012 data. Previous tables from 1989 through 2011 are available at expenditure shares tables.
These separate data tables have been replaced by the combined expenditure, share, and standard error tables. The new table includes expenditure means, shares, and standard error data organized by various demographic characteristics.

Previous Years: 1989 to 2011 »

STANDARD ERROR TABLES

The separate standard error table format has been discontinued with the release of the 2012 data. Discontinued tables from 2000 through 2011 are available at standard error tables.
These separate data tables have been replaced by the combined expenditure, share, and standard error tables. The new table includes expenditure means, shares, and standard error data organized by various demographic characteristics.

Previous Years: 2000 to 2011 »

2006 to 2014

MOST RECENT MULTIYEAR TABLES

Previous Years: 1984 to 2014 »

2013-2014

CURRENT CROSS-TABULATED TABLES

Age of reference person by income before taxes

Age of reference person by region of residence

Region of residence by income before taxes

Size of consumer unit by income before taxes

Size of consumer unit by age of reference person

Singles by income before taxes

Singles by age of reference person

Previous Years: 1986-1987 to 2013-2014 »

CURRENT METROPOLITAN STATISTICAL AREAS TABLES

Due to changes in the CE sample about every ten years, the number of Metropolitan Statistical Areas (MSAs) for which survey estimates are available will change. CE estimates are available for 26 selected MSAs from 1986 to 1995, for 28 MSAs from 1996 to 2004, for 24 MSAs in 2005, and for 18 MSAs from 2006 onward.

Previous Years: 1972-73, 1986-1987 to 2013-2014 »

CURRENT REGION TABLES AND AREA TABLES

Previous Years: 1987-1988 to 2013-2014 »

HIGH-INCOME TABLES

The high-income-before-taxes table has been discontinued with the release of the 2003 data. Discontinued tables from 1997-98 through 2001-02 are available at high-income tables.
This data table has been replaced by the higher-income-before-taxes table under Combined Expenditure, Share, and Standard Error Tables. The new table includes additional high income classes.

Previous Years: 1997-1998 to 2001-2002

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