Discount stores shoppers use in the United Kingdom 2013

This survey shows the share of respondents who claim to shop at discount stores in the United Kingdom, by store type. The store types are high street chains such as Poundworld, Poundland, B&M Bargains and Home Bargains, the large discount supermarkets Aldi and Lidl and independent discounters such as local owner-managed 99p stores, pound stores and "pound plus" stores. According to a survey conducted in December 2013, 75.1 percent of respondents shop at high street chains.

Types of discount stores shoppers use in the United Kingdom as of December 2013

Share of respondents
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Release date

January 2014


United Kingdom

Survey time period

December 5 to 9 2013

Number of respondents

2,000 respondents

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Method of interview

Online survey

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