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Change in retailers used since the economic recession in the UK 2015, by age

When buying non-grocery products, are you regularly shopping at more or fewer different retailers throughout the year now compared to before the economic downturn started?

by Statista Research Department, last edited Jul 2, 2015
Change in retailers used since the economic recession in the UK 2015, by age This statistic illustrates the change in the amount of retail stores that UK shoppers use throughout the year when buying non-grocery products in 2015, compared to before the economic downturn in the United Kingdom, divided by age group. Of respondents aged 18 to 34, 75 percent claimed to be using about the same number of retailers as before the recession.
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When buying non-grocery products, are you regularly shopping at more or fewer different retailers throughout the year now compared to before the economic downturn started?

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by Statista Research Department, last edited Jul 2, 2015
This statistic illustrates the change in the amount of retail stores that UK shoppers use throughout the year when buying non-grocery products in 2015, compared to before the economic downturn in the United Kingdom, divided by age group. Of respondents aged 18 to 34, 75 percent claimed to be using about the same number of retailers as before the recession.
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