affluential

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affluential

(ˌæflʊˈɛnʃəl)
n
(Sociology) an affluent person who does not display his or her wealth in the form of material possessions
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The Affluentials 2004 survey from Barclays Financial Planning found that 3.
The Affluentials 2004 survey by Barclays Financial Planning shows that the Wirral South constituency is the second fastest growing wealthy area in the north west, behind Withington in Manchester, and the 16th fastest in the UK.
Affluentials have a liking for Italian style, with Armani and Gucci topping the polls for high-earning men and women (32 per cent and 16 per cent respectively).
Solihull has the highest percentage of Affluentials 1 - the tag being applied to a group whose discreet spending power has a big influence on setting trends and influencing the way we all live.
In fact, the top three clusters in terms of income are ranked 2, 3, and 4 on the Index for the Explorer: Canadian Establishment (Index 292), The Affluentials (Index 316), and Suburban Executives (Index 254).
Dividing the consumer base into 10 lifestyles, starting with the Affluentials and Urban Professionals and ending with Rural Farm & Blue Collar and Inner City, Nielsen was able to quickly demonstrate the consumer makeup of the overall market, the chain's customer base and the product's regular buyers.
John Church, managing director of Barclays Private Clients said Rutland had so many Affluentials because it was a county to which professionals were attracted because of the idyllic countryside and small villages which acted as an antidote to the stress of their jobs in the Midland cities and London.
According to the survey by Barclays Bank, affluentials have a typical income of pounds 91,700.
The Affluentials are big fans of health foods, computer equipment, consumer electronics and the full range of big-box retailers.
This expertise uniquely qualifies Variety to create a new lifestyle publication that is for and about the lives of Variety's readers, an elite club of affluentials.
For example, members of the first social group, Early Adopting Affluentials, which represents 16.
The Affluentials 2002 research was carried out by Barclays Private Clients, the bank's wealth management arm.