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Weekly Stockpiling Behavior Index for U.S. hoarding during COVID-19 2020

Weekly change index of hoarding behavior in U.S. households since the pandemic outbreak in 2020

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Release date

March 2021


United States

Survey time period

Week 4 to 51, 2020

Number of respondents

~100,000 static panelists

Method of interview

Panel survey

Supplementary notes

The release date is the date of access.

The source adds the following information: "The Numerator Stockpiling Index provides the most detailed view into consumer behavior, showing how in-store stockpiling behaviors have changed throughout the duration of COVID-19."

Hoarding is defined by the source as: "Weekly spend that is 4x higher than in an average week."
The "base" index of 100 points is defined by the source as: "Average weekly spend normalized to each household."

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