United States Consumer Price Index for All Urban Consumers (CPI-U) and Inflation Rate: Midwest - Size Class A in November 2004 (Not Seas Adj.)
Updated on January 20, 2023.

According to recent data from the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, in November 2004, the United States not seasonally adjusted Consumer Price Index for all urban consumers (CPI-U): Midwest - Size Class A was 186.9 and the 12-month percent change (inflation rate) was 3.0%. The following item categories had the highest not seasonally adjusted 12-month percent change in CPI-U:

  1. Motor fuel: 27.5%
  2. Household energy: 11.7%
  3. Food away from home: 2.9%

The first chart below shows the 12-month percent change in CPI-U for a selected group of item categories, and the second chart shows the CPI-U for the selected group of item categories. You can also use the control below to select your own categories to see on the chart (at most 10). The table below have data on the CPI-U: Midwest - Size Class A and the 12-month percent change (inflation rate) for many more item categories in November 2004.

See links at the bottom of this page for similar information for other months. You can also see the monthly links for many other years here and for other US geographic areas here.

The Consumer Price Index (CPI) measures the change in prices paid by consumers for goods and services. The CPI of all urban consumers (CPI-U) reflects the spending patterns of all urban consumers which represents about 93 percent of the total US population. The CPI-U is based on the expenditures of almost all residents of urban or metropolitan areas, including professionals, the self-employed, the poor, the unemployed, and retired people, as well as urban wage earners and clerical workers.

All items
Energy
All items less food and energy
All items less medical care
Food
Household energy
Food away from home
Motor fuel
12-Month Percent Change of US CPI-U: Midwest - Size Class A of Selected Categories in November 2004 (Not Seas Adj.)
Motor fuel
Energy
Household energy
All items
All items less medical care
Food
Food away from home
All items less food and energy
US CPI-U: Midwest - Size Class A in November 2004 (Not Seas Adj.) (%)
All items less food and energy
All items
Food away from home
Food
All items less medical care
Motor fuel
Energy
Household energy
Consumer Price Index (CPI-U) and Inflation Rate: Midwest - Size Class A of Selected categories in November 2004 (Not Seas Adj.)
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Item CPI-U 12-month % change (Inflation Rate)
All items 186.9 3.0
Energy 156.3 18.8
All items less food and energy 194 1.6
All items less shelter 178.1 3.6
All items less medical care 181.4 3.0
All items less energy 192.1 1.8
Apparel 115.9 1.0
Commodities 153.9 3.4
Commodities less food 138.3 3.5
Commodities less food and beverages 136.2 3.6
Durables 111.6 -0.5
Education and communication 116.2 1.5
Food and beverages 185.6 2.9
Food 185.1 2.9
Food at home 184.7 2.8
Alcoholic beverages 190.3 2.6
Other goods and services 304.4 2.8
Housing 183.8 2.5
Shelter 215.3 1.8
Fuels and utilities 160.2 10.3
Household energy 143.5 11.7
Household furnishings and operations 116.7 -0.4
Medical care 303.9 4.5
Nondurables 172.8 5.0
Nondurables less food 160.8 6.8
Nondurables less food and beverages 158.8 7.2
Recreation 111.2 0.8
Services 219.6 2.8
Services less rent of shelter 232.5 3.8
Services less medical care services 212.1 2.5
Transportation 167.2 5.6
Private transportation 164.5 6.1
Food away from home 185.8 2.9
Rent of primary residence 209.4 1.4
Owners' equivalent rent of residences 220.2 1.5
Owners' equivalent rent of primary residence 220.2 1.5
Energy services 146.3 11.3
Electricity 114.9 1.8
Utility (piped) gas service 190.6 20.0
Motor fuel 173.3 27.5
Gasoline (all types) 172.2 27.5
Gasoline, unleaded regular 171.2 27.9
Gasoline, unleaded midgrade 184 26.7
Gasoline, unleaded premium 169.3 26.0

U.S. CPI-U: Midwest - Size Class A and 12-Month Percent Change for other Months and Years

Use the links below to see the U.S. Consumer Price Index (CPI-U): Midwest - Size Class A and 12-month percent change (inflation rate) for other months and years. Also, You can see the monthly links for many more years here.
2020
2021
2022