Attitudes towards ethical retail companies in the United Kingdom (UK) 2014

Consumer attitudes towards the ethical standards of retail companies in the United Kingdom (UK) in 2014*

by Statista Research Department, last edited Jun 23, 2014
Attitudes towards ethical retail companies in the United Kingdom (UK) 2014 This statistic shows the results of a survey question asking consumers whether they agreed with a set of statements regarding the ethical standards of retail companies in the United Kingdom (UK). The survey, conducted for the Department for Business, Innovation and Skills in June 2014, aimed to gauge the publics' attitudes to ethical standards in retail in the UK and the impact this had on their purchase decisions. Of respondents, 38 percent agreed, to some extent, that they try to buy from companies that act in an ethical way, even it means spending more money.
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Consumer attitudes towards the ethical standards of retail companies in the United Kingdom (UK) in 2014*

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Share of respondents
I try to buy from companies that act in an ethical way, even if it means spending more38%
I don't think it's enough for retail companies to say that they are ethical, they need to prove it to me63%
It is important to me that retail companies are clear about where they source their raw materials, components or ingredients from62%
Share of respondents
I try to buy from companies that act in an ethical way, even if it means spending more38%
I don't think it's enough for retail companies to say that they are ethical, they need to prove it to me63%
It is important to me that retail companies are clear about where they source their raw materials, components or ingredients from62%
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by Statista Research Department, last edited Jun 23, 2014
This statistic shows the results of a survey question asking consumers whether they agreed with a set of statements regarding the ethical standards of retail companies in the United Kingdom (UK). The survey, conducted for the Department for Business, Innovation and Skills in June 2014, aimed to gauge the publics' attitudes to ethical standards in retail in the UK and the impact this had on their purchase decisions. Of respondents, 38 percent agreed, to some extent, that they try to buy from companies that act in an ethical way, even it means spending more money.
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