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Do U.S. consumers spend more money on entertainment (not including eating out and transportation) or combined cash contributions to support college students, pay alimony and child support, and fund charities and religious organizations?

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Per the U.S. Department of Labor, in 2012, the average American household spent $2,605 on entertainment and $1,913 on cash contributions "including payments for support of college students, alimony and child support, and giving to charities and religious organizations."

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