Summary In 2013, Canadean Consumer conducted its annual consumer survey. We asked 25,000 consumers in 24 countries to answer questions revealing their shopping and budgeting habits, and their priorities when doing their grocery shopping. The data is presented in Excel format with the full question list, and response data by gender, age, and country. Synopsis - Use our data to conduct your own analysis of consumer grocery shopping habits - Understand shopping and budgeting priorities according to age, gender, and country - Gain insight into consumer attitudes to key trends and drivers of today's grocery retailing space Reasons To Buy - What is most important to consumers when they choose where to do their grocery shopping? - Do most consumers stick to a pre-planned shopping list when buying groceries or do they often purchase items they did not intend to? - How appealing do consumers find concepts such as online grocery shopping or self-service checkouts? Key Highlights Full list of questions asked about grocery shopping in the Canadean 2013 Survey Data provided in easy-to-use tables in Excel Data provided by global average, gender, age group,... Research Beam Model: Research Beam Product ID: 377074 5000 USD New
2013 Consumer Survey Data - Grocery Shopping

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2013 Consumer Survey Data - Grocery Shopping

 
 
 
Summary
In 2013, Canadean Consumer conducted its annual consumer survey. We asked 25,000 consumers in 24 countries to answer questions revealing their shopping and budgeting habits, and their priorities when doing their grocery shopping. The data is presented in Excel format with the full question list, and response data by gender, age, and country.


Synopsis
- Use our data to conduct your own analysis of consumer grocery shopping habits

- Understand shopping and budgeting priorities according to age, gender, and country

- Gain insight into consumer attitudes to key trends and drivers of today's grocery retailing space

Reasons To Buy
- What is most important to consumers when they choose where to do their grocery shopping?

- Do most consumers stick to a pre-planned shopping list when buying groceries or do they often purchase items they did not intend to?

- How appealing do consumers find concepts such as online grocery shopping or self-service checkouts?

Key Highlights
Full list of questions asked about grocery shopping in the Canadean 2013 Survey

Data provided in easy-to-use tables in Excel

Data provided by global average, gender, age group, and by country
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