How we spend: less on drink, food, more on housing

Households have cut their spending on alcohol and tobacco and now spend more on housing than food, according to the latest report from the CSO.

10th October, 2012
Food spend is now below housing

Households have cut their spending on alcohol and tobacco and now spend more on housing than food, according to the Central Statistics Office report on household budgets for 2009/2010.

Here are some of the top findings:

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