Leading reasons for intolerance of high street shopping in the UK 2016, by gender

What gets your goat about high street shopping?*

by Statista Research Department, last edited Mar 18, 2016
Leading reasons for intolerance of high street shopping in the UK 2016, by gender The figure shows the leading reasons for intolerance of high street shopping in the United Kingdom in 2016. For women, the leading reason is cramped shops (51 percent of respondents), followed by queues (45.6 percent). Men are mostly annoyed by other customers (42.6 percent of respondents), followed by misleading offers (38.2 percent).
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What gets your goat about high street shopping?*

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