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Corona: effect of lifting mandatory mask wearing on consumer moods Germany 2020

In November 2020, roughly 40 percent of respondents to a survey regarding the effect of mandatory face masks (due to the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic on the spending mood in Germany stated that lifting the rule for wearing a mask inside stores would increase their desire to buy something. 21 percent stated they would buy more products.

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Release date

November 2020

Region

Germany

Survey time period

CW 24/2020 to CW 46/2020

Number of respondents

between 480 and 486 respondents (week 46)*

Supplementary notes

* CW 24/2020, between 484 and 491 respondents
CW 34/2020, between 583 and 588 respondents
CW 43/2020, between 486 and 490 respondents
Multiple answers were possible.

This statistic only depicts the top two boxes of "Mostly agree" and "Completely agree".

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