Coronavirus: Consumers' Minds Made Up About Spending Regardless of Election Outcome
With the United States presidential election just a few weeks away, consumers are not basing future shopping decisions on the outcome of the election. The survey of more than 1,000 people also found that worry about the Coronavirus was receding and consumers may be experiencing COVID fatigue for the first time since April.
Download our infographic to see consumer spending based on which presidential candidate is elected and longitudinal data on consumer purchase decisions and spending since February, 2020.
First Insight’s findings are based on the results of U.S. consumer studies, balanced by gender, geography and generation fielded on February. 28, Mar. 17, Apr. 3, Apr. 30, Apr. 30, July, 10, and Sept. 4, 2020. The studies were completed through proprietary sample sources among panels who participate in online surveys.
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