I mean you get young and old, male and female, rich and poor all going to the same.
adj. poor man's sth：穷人的…；…的便宜替代品
This fish is known as `poor man's turbot'.
adj. to be poor in sth：缺乏…；缺少…
Fats and sugar are very rich in energy but poor in vitamins, minerals and dietary fibre.
The library's very poor in reference books.
soil that is poor in zinc
He was a poor actor.
She never hid the fact that she was a poor cook.
Hospitals are poor at collecting information.
Poor wages and working conditions
a poor mark
Attendance at the meetings has been very poor.
He realised, however, that Louis-Charles was in a poor state and that he could do very little for him.
She has very poor health and isn't able to get out much at all.
The flat was in a poor state of repair.
England gave a poor performance in last night's match against France.
Poor service and mediocre food made for a disappointing dinner.
The provision of childcare in the city is poor.
The wine was poor.
The school's exam results were poor.
I feel sorry for that poor child.
Poor David, he's very unlucky!
Poor old Jade, she can't do a thing right.
children in a poor neighbourhood
Many countries are still as poor as they have ever been.
He was one of thirteen children from a poor family.
People here are poor and can't afford better food.