Christmas Shopping: Savings account for Christmas costs Europe by country 2015

This survey was conducted to investigate the Christmas shopping behavior of European Christmas shoppers by asking if they would put money into a separate account on a regular basis to pay for Christmas costs. Stratified by country, the Czech Republic showed the highest share of respondents, agreeing to put money into a savings account for Christmas, accounting for 32 percent. The United Kingdom (UK) was ranked second with a share of 23 percent.

Share of people who put money into a separate account to pay for Christmas costs in Europe 2015, by country

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Source

Release date

December 2016

Region

Europe

Survey time period

October 2015

Number of respondents

11,633 respondents

Special properties

Income Group

Method of interview

Online survey

Supplementary notes

Percent answered “agree” or “strongly agree”

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