Brazil: shoppers with higher Christmas spending 2019

In 2019, 37 percent of respondents in a survey conducted in Brazil declared they planned to spend more money on Christmas presents, compared to the previous year. In contrast, 22 percent of consumers hope to spend less money on presents during that year's holidays.

Share of consumers who planned to spend more on Christmas presents in Brazil in 2019

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Release date

November 2019



Survey time period


Number of respondents

686* respondents

Special properties

Survey conducted in the 27 states' capitals

Supplementary notes

* According to the source, 686 shoppers were surveyed to identify the share of people intending to buy Christmas presents, and from 600 interviews the detailed Christmas shopping behavior was evaluated.
The source does not provide details on the type of survey, the date of survey or the age of respondents.

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