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Enterprising Couples

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A collection of married couples, with or without children, living in upper-middle-class commuter neighborhoods.

0.84 percent of U.S. households

  • Are mostly baby boomers who are white, college-educated and well-paid
  • Earn household incomes more than twice the national median
  • Live in new subdivisions in the metropolitan sprawl
  • Commute a long way to white-collar jobs in health care, education and retail
  • Don't live in apartments, despite a significant number of childless households
  • Pay steep prices for detached homes built after 1990
  • Fill their driveways with midsize luxury cars - typically imports
  • Pursue an always-on-the-go lifestyle, describing themselves as workaholics and multitaskers
  • Travel, keep fit and support the arts (concerts, museums, antique shows and dance programs)
  • Try to make time each day for working out, preferably on cardio machines and stationary bikes
  • Are conservative when it comes to money matters and are savers who are financially secure
  • Maintain high balances in their IRAs, 401(k)s and 529 college savings plans
  • Use coupons and wait for sales at retailers like Target, Kohl's and Bed Bath & Beyond
  • Make a strong market for electronic devices, board games and athletic equipment
  • Have mainstream media tastes, with a fondness for news
  • Read magazines with mass-market titles like Time, Newsweek, People and Reader's Digest
  • Tune in to newscasts on broadcast networks and cable channels like CNN, ESPN and CNBC
  • Listen to news talk, classic rock and contemporary stations on their daily commutes to work
  • Go online for a variety of activities, including shopping, banking and auctions
  • Change the channel or close the window when a commercial comes on or an ad pops up