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Opinions about household grocery bills changes in Canada 2016, by region

Consumer opinions about how their household grocery bills have changed in response to the falling dollar value in Canada as of January 2016, by region

by Statista Research Department, last edited Jan 29, 2016
Opinions about household grocery bills changes in Canada 2016, by region This statistic shows the consumer opinion of how their household grocery bills have changed in response to the falling dollar in Canada as of January 2016, by region. During the survey, 46 percent of respondents in Ontario said they felt their grocery bills were much higher, while six percent said their grocery bills have remained unchanged.
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Consumer opinions about how their household grocery bills have changed in response to the falling dollar value in Canada as of January 2016, by region

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by Statista Research Department, last edited Jan 29, 2016
This statistic shows the consumer opinion of how their household grocery bills have changed in response to the falling dollar in Canada as of January 2016, by region. During the survey, 46 percent of respondents in Ontario said they felt their grocery bills were much higher, while six percent said their grocery bills have remained unchanged.
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