More than one in three Americans would be happy to never set foot in a store again, a new survey shared with Business Insider shows. And nearly three-quarters of 2,000 people polled said they are more likely to shop at stores that offer contactless, curbside pickup than places without these services. The poll, conducted by market research firm Harris Insights and Analytics and Sense Photonics, a company that makes 3D sensors and industrial robotics, showed that 35% of Americans would be happy to avoid traditional in-store shopping forever. Retailers are already responding to these changes in consumer behavior, which are being seen across the globe. Read more at Business Insider.