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Article

Publication Date

1992

Abstract

Approximately 48 percent of U. S. households and 54 percent of Canadian households plan to buy some form of upholstered furniture in the near future. According to a recent survey, spending plans differ somewhat between U. S. and Canadian consumers, however. American consumers, for example, favor less expensive sofas, loveseats, and recliners, while Canadians prefer less expensive upholstered rockers and stationary chairs. Overall, Canadian households plan to spend more for each individual item than U. S. households.

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Kellum, G.M., E.J. Todd, and S.H. Bullard. 1992. Upholstered expenditures: What U.S. and Canadian consumers plan to spend on upholstered furniture. Furniture World 122(2):10-11.

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