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about 37 million dollars
In America a Dog could be any price from $250.00 to $2,000.00... but sometimes people post ADs in the newpaper and give them away for no cost
So this is a really rough estimate, but the average amount of money spent by an American household (according to Forbes magazine) is $43,395. The census bureau for 2000 said w…e have 105,480,101 household in the US. That would equal $4,577,308,982,895 (4.6 trillion) dollars a year total. This number would probably never hold up to scholarly research, but at least it's a rough number.. Below are the revelant links. On the Forbes pages, click the link that asks you "click here to see how Americans spend their money". http://www.forbes.com/commerce/2006/07/19/spending-income-level_cx_lh_de_0719spending.html. http://www.census.gov/prod/2001pubs/c2kbr01-8.pdf
How much money do Americans spend on Movies? well over $10 billion in 2009 ... but how many attend movies?..... an ever declining population in the wake of record ticket price…s
The amount of money that an American would spend on a particularchiropractic appointment completely depends on the chiropractorthat they go to. However, when looking at chirop…ractics and otherforms of alternative medicine, Americans spent $33.9 billionout-of-pocket on complementary and alternative medicine over thepast year.
Acupuncture can range from $75 to $250, it all depends on where you go to receive treatment
Americans spend over $478 Billion per year on groceries. The average American spends over $100 per week on grocery store items. - ZOMG - ... US population = 311,597,917 (2…011) $478,000,000,000 / 311,597,917 people / 365 days * 7 days per week = $29.42 per person per week $100 - $29.42 = $78.50 per week on grocery store items other than groceries?
depends on what they buy
$82 billion a year
600 billion dollars a year for each person
59 million dollars
Americans spend their vacations differently, the major factor being the money they have available. Americans with a tight budget usually travel within the state that they live… in or try to stay in their city/town and have some fun there, taking advantage of special offers that places like museums sometimes offer. Middle-class Americans tend to travel around the country, visiting national parks. They also take vacations outside of the country at least once a year. High-class Americans have a much more options in regards to travel, such as going to a foreign country usually in another continent at least two times or more a year. Their vacations tend to be longer and much more luxurious.
In Barack Obama
This is a difficult question to answer, and one we are often asked-- there are some internet rumors that President Obama spent more money on vacations than any other president… in the history of humanity. Those rumors are false and quite exaggerated (Michele Bachmann once claimed President Obama was spending four million dollars a day on a trip, and that was totally untrue). It should also be noted that such claims are often politically motivated. And nearly every modern president has been accused of wasting taxpayer money, in fact. But that said, there may be a grain of truth in some of the assertions. Presidential vacations happen to be very expensive, no matter who takes them. It's not that presidents are extravagant-- it's that they need a lot of people to accompany them. They need protection (usually from the Secret Service, but at times from local officers); they need special access to the best telecommunications; they need a safe and private hotel; and they need to fly with an entourage of aides, assistants, and advisers. Thus, even a simple presidential trip can cost quite a lot. But most taxpayers understand the need for our presidents to travel and represent us in other countries, as well as spending a few days away from the pressures of the White House. The exact totals for presidential vacations (Mr. Obama's among them) are generally confidential (the cost of secret service protection is considered classified); but other than on partisan anti-Obama sites, there is no evidence his expenses have been substantially more than those of President Bush or President Clinton.