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QR code usage increase since shelter-in-place in the U.S. and UK 2020

A September 2020 survey found that 18.8 percent of consumers in the United States and United Kingdom strongly agreed that they had noticed an increase of QR code use since the begin of COVID-19 related shelter-in-place orders in March 2020.

Increase of QR codes usage since shelter-in-place began according to consumers in the United States and United Kingdom as of September 2020

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Source

Release date

September 2020

Region

United Kingdom, United States

Survey time period

September 2020

Number of respondents

2,197 respondents

Supplementary notes

Original question: I have noticed an increase in QR code use since shelter-in-place began (mid-March, 2020)?

The total survey included the opinions of over 3,800 consumers across the United States, U.K., Germany, Netherlands and France.

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