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Opinion of parents on the function of consumption in everyday life in France 2019

This graph displays the opinion of French parents surveyed on the role of consumption in their everyday life in January 2019. It shows that half of the respondents answered that consumption was an occasion for fun and getting enjoyable things for themselves as well as for their loved ones, while 15 percent mentioned consumption as a civic act.

What role do you associate with consumption in everyday life?*

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Source

Release date

September 2019

Region

France

Survey time period

January 2019

Number of respondents

998 respondents

Special properties

French families

Supplementary notes

* This question was phrased by the source as follows: "Quel rôle principal assignez-vous à la consommation au quotidien?"

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