Americans won’t be rushing to retail stores to shop after getting covid vaccine, survey finds

As millions of Americans wait their turn to receive the COVID-19 vaccine, many say they won’t be rushing back to retailers’ stores to shop for clothes and shoes after the immunization, according to a new survey. Forty percent of consumers say they plan to shop for apparel in stores either the same amount or less after being vaccinated, according to a study released Wednesday by First Insight. The predictive consumer analytics firm polled more than 1,000 people online on Jan. 13 about their purchasing plans. Forty-four percent of respondents said they’ll visit stores the same or less to buy footwear post-vaccination, while 45% said they would visit stores the same or less for beauty products, 41% said this about luxury items, and 43% for electronics. Read more at CNBC.

One Reply to “Americans Won’t Be Rushing To Retail Stores To Shop After Getting COVID Vaccine, Survey Finds”

  1. What a negative spin during a retail apocalypse. And to qualify this with an online survey of 1,000 people, is less than hearsay. Personally I could not disagree more.

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