News outlets around the world have been reporting for months that the Census Bureau has begun releasing a digital version of its latest report, which shows how Americans live their lives.
But the release, which is expected this week, has also raised questions about the accuracy of the information it provides.
A couple of weeks ago, the Census released a new, revised version of their annual American Community Survey.
The 2016 report showed that Americans have an average income of $54,000, up from $51,500 in 2015.
That’s an increase of about 3.5% for the past five years.
(That’s not necessarily because of the jobs that have taken off in recent years.
The unemployment rate is down and wages are rising.)
The new report, though, doesn’t actually show how Americans spend their money.
Instead, it shows how they make their money and their spending patterns, including how much they spend on things like gas, food, clothing and transportation.
The Census also breaks out the types of things that Americans buy.
It does not show how much people buy online or at department stores.
The Census Bureau, which released the 2016 data, has since released a second report showing that Americans are buying more electronics than they did last year.
But it also has found that Americans don’t spend as much as they did on things they don’t need.
That could be because people are spending less on things that they don.
In 2015, they spent about $30 billion on household goods.
In 2016, they were about $20 billion.
That means Americans are spending more than they have in recent decades.
They also spent less in 2016 than they spent in the early 1990s.
The Bureau of Labor Statistics says Americans spent $10.3 trillion in 2015, a 3.6% increase over last year and an average of $3,874 per person per month.
The last time the Census showed the average of monthly spending was in 1994.
The bureau also has recently published a study estimating that Americans spent nearly $2 trillion in 2016, an increase from $1.9 trillion in the year before.
The bureau has said the numbers are more than accurate because they include spending on services like food stamps, child care, health insurance, transportation, utilities and clothing.
In 2016, Americans spent more than any year since 1993.
In 2017, they have spent about the same amount as in 2014, according to the Bureau of Economic Analysis.
That may seem like a huge difference, but it’s actually relatively small.
For the past decade, the average American spent more in 2017 than they do in the past two decades.
For example, Americans last year spent $4,067 on gasoline, compared with $3.6 on gas in 2014.
The new data, though it is not as detailed as the old one, shows that the average household spent an average $3 in total on food and beverages in 2016.
They spent an additional $1,726 on gasoline and another $1 billion on food.
Americans spent more money on groceries in 2016: The average household bought $3 more food, including frozen meals and other items.
They bought about $2,700 more groceries in 2017.
In 2017, Americans also spent $2.3 billion on gas.
That number is up from about $1 trillion in 2018.
But Americans spent an extra $2 billion on gasoline in 2017, compared to the year prior.
And they spent more on transportation in 2017: Americans spent about half as much on car trips in 2017 as they had in the previous decade.