In segmenting consumer markets, marketers can apply geographic, demographic, and psychographic variables related to consumer characteristics as well as behavioral variables related to consumer responses (see Table 3.5). Once the segments are formed, the marketer sees whether different characteristics are associated with each consumer-response segment. For example, the researcher might examine whether car buyers who want "quality" versus "low price" differ in their geographic, demographic, and psy-chographic makeup. This will determine whether the segments are useful for marketing purposes.
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