Most Consumers Believe Stores Should Reopen By End of May

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While stores deemed nonessential have had to temporarily shut their doors because of the COVID-19 pandemic, many consumers are hopeful they will be able to reopen soon.

According to a survey fielded on April 3 by retail predictive analytics firm First Insight, a majority of consumers — 60% — believe stores should reopen by the end of May. This is in contrast to the earliest days of the pandemic, when many consumers were wary about the idea of shopping in brick-and-mortar stores. However, some consumers’ perceptions may now be changing.

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