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1244. Cotton, Wool, and Manmade Fibers -- Consumption, by End-Use

[Represents products manufactured by U.S. mills. Excludes glass fiber]

 
Cotton Wool Manufactured fibers
Total    
Year (mil. Total Percent Total Percent Total Percent Artificial Synthetic
lb.) (mil. of (mil. of (mil. of  
lb.) end-use lb.) end-use lb.) end-use Total Percent Total Percent
(mil. of (mil. of
lb.) end-use lb.) end-use
 
Total:
  1987 13,913 4,520 32.5 226 1.6 9,167 65.9 587 4.2 8,580 61.7
  1988 13,532 4,033 29.8 210 1.6 9,289 68.6 613 4.5 8,676 64.1
  1989 14,125 4,633 32.8 196 1.4 9,296 65.8 600 4.2 8,696 61.6
  1990 14,011 4,699 33.5 185 1.3 9,127 65.1 599 4.3 8,528 60.9
  1991 14,278 4,890 34.2 190 1.3 9,198 64.4 526 3.7 8,671 60.7
  1992 15,415 5,268 34.2 194 1.3 9,953 64.6 525 3.4 9,428 61.2
  1993 16,122 5,481 34.0 200 1.2 10,442 64.8 596 3.7 9,845 61.1
  1994 16,768 5,492 32.8 193 1.2 11,084 66.1 533 3.2 10,551 62.9
  1995 16,815 5,508 32.8 184 1.1 11,123 66.1 540 3.2 10,583 62.9
  1996 17,002 5,520 32.5 189 1.1 11,294 66.4 476 2.8 10,818 63.6
  1997 17,520 5,404 30.8 208 1.2 11,908 68.0 438 2.5 11,470 65.5
  1998 17,516 5,297 30.2 170 1.0 12,049 68.8 372 2.1 11,677 66.7
 
Apparel:
  1987 5,564 2,769 49.8 157 2.8 2,638 47.4 236 4.2 2,402 43.2
  1988 5,164 2,513 48.7 139 2.7 2,512 48.6 276 5.3 2,236 43.3
  1989 5,514 2,821 51.2 124 2.2 2,569 46.6 274 5.0 2,295 41.6
  1990 5,204 2,897 55.7 118 2.3 2,189 42.1 287 5.5 1,902 36.5
  1991 5,701 3,086 54.1 142 2.5 2,472 43.4 272 4.8 2,201 38.6
  1992 6,385 3,432 53.7 144 2.3 2,809 44.0 274 4.3 2,535 39.7
  1993 6,649 3,561 53.6 144 2.2 2,944 44.3 339 5.1 2,604 39.2
  1994 6,977 3,641 52.2 137 2.0 3,198 45.8 306 4.4 2,892 41.5
  1995 6,877 3,640 52.9 132 1.9 3,106 45.2 306 4.4 2,800 40.7
  1996 6,771 3,640 53.8 136 2.0 2,994 44.2 278 4.1 2,716 40.1
  1997 6,907 3,442 49.8 153 2.2 3,312 47.9 247 3.6 3,064 44.4
  1998 6,414 3,229 50.3 113 1.8 3,072 47.9 209 3.3 2,863 44.6
 
Home textiles:
  1987 2,162 1,232 57.0 18 0.8 912 42.2 139 6.4 773 35.8
  1988 2,052 1,079 52.6 19 0.9 954 46.5 130 6.3 824 40.2
  1989 2,285 1,339 58.6 19 0.8 927 40.6 123 5.4 804 35.2
  1990 2,235 1,325 59.3 14 0.6 896 40.1 104 4.7 792 35.4
  1991 2,341 1,442 61.6 11 0.5 888 37.9 97 4.1 791 33.8
  1992 2,418 1,496 61.8 11 0.5 912 37.7 96 4.0 816 33.7
  1993 2,540 1,578 62.1 16 0.6 947 37.3 107 4.2 840 33.1
  1994 2,480 1,474 59.4 14 0.6 992 40.0 94 3.8 898 36.2
  1995 2,530 1,487 58.8 12 0.5 1,030 40.7 93 3.7 937 37.0
  1996 2,561 1,503 58.7 12 0.5 1,046 40.8 81 3.2 965 37.7
  1997 2,696 1,569 58.2 14 0.5 1,113 41.3 78 2.9 1,035 38.4
  1998 2,781 1,661 59.7 15 0.5 1,106 39.8 67 2.4 1,038 37.3
 
Floor coverings:
  1987 2,975 18 0.6 23 0.8 2,934 98.6 1 0.0 2,933 98.6
  1988 3,053 12 0.4 21 0.7 3,020 98.9 1 0.0 3,019 98.9
  1989 2,997 14 0.5 24 0.8 2,959 98.7 1 0.0 2,958 98.7
  1990 3,075 18 0.6 21 0.7 3,036 98.7 0 0.0 3,036 98.7
  1991 2,995 22 0.7 25 0.8 2,948 98.4 0 0.0 2,948 98.4
  1992 3,302 19 0.6 26 0.8 3,256 98.6 0 0.0 3,256 98.6
  1993 3,518 26 0.7 25 0.7 3,467 98.6 0 0.0 3,467 98.6
  1994 3,737 26 0.7 26 0.7 3,686 98.6 0 0.0 3,686 98.6
  1995 3,731 25 0.7 25 0.7 3,681 98.7 0 0.0 3,681 98.7
  1996 3,993 25 0.6 25 0.6 3,942 98.7 0 0.0 3,942 98.7
  1997 4,070 32 0.8 26 0.6 4,012 98.6 0 0.0 4,012 98.6
  1998 4,305 38 0.9 29 0.7 4,239 98.5 0 0.0 4,239 99
 
Industrial: 3
  1987 2,806 374 13.3 13 0.5 2,419 86.2 189 6.7 2,230 79.5
  1988 2,807 305 10.9 12 0.4 2,490 88.7 181 6.4 2,309 82.3
  1989 2,837 324 11.4 9 0.3 2,504 88.3 175 6.2 2,329 82.1
  1990 2,965 313 10.6 10 0.3 2,642 89.1 179 6.0 2,463 83.1
  1991 3,242 340 10.5 12 0.4 2,889 89.1 157 4.8 2,732 84.3
  1992 3,311 322 9.7 13 0.4 2,977 89.9 155 4.7 2,821 85.2
  1993 3,415 316 9.3 16 0.5 3,084 90.3 150 4.4 2,934 85.9
  1994 3,575 351 9.8 16 0.4 3,208 89.7 133 3.7 3,075 86.0
  1995 3,677 355 9.7 15 0.4 3,307 89.9 141 3.8 3,165 86.1
  1996 3,678 351 9.5 15 0.4 3,311 90.0 117 3.2 3,195 86.9
  1997 3,848 360 9.4 16 0.4 3,472 90.2 113 2.9 3,359 87.3
  1998 4,015 370 9.2 13 0.3 3,632 90.5 95 2.4 3,537 88.1





1 Rayon and acetate.
2 Nylon, polyester, acrylic, and olefin.
3 Includes consumer-type products.

Source: Fiber Economics Bureau, Inc., Washington, DC, Fiber Organon, monthly (copyright).

http://www.afma.org/feb/feb1.htm



https://allcountries.org/uscensus/1244_cotton_wool_and_manmade_fibers_consumption.html

These tables are based on figures supplied by the United States Census Bureau, U.S. Department of Commerce and are subject to revision by the Census Bureau.

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