scanning the demographic environment, Mathematics

I am working for supermarket chain and responsible for the customer relationship management.The chain is planning to open exclusive thirst quenching service centers.These outlets will be placed adjoining the existing supermarkets.I want to prepare a report with the details of the demographics of the expected consumers and asked to evaluate the habits they show on drinks they take when stay out of home doing shopping or other activities.Can you please help me to do this.Thank you
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