Household consumer perception on non-essential spending in India 2016-2020

In March 2020, a majority of households surveyed in India reported no change in non-essential spending. About 28 percent reported an increase in this kind of spending. Furthermore, this value had been decreasing since November 2017, while it came as no surprise that households reported further decreased spending on non-essentials in the same period.

Consumer perception on non-essential spending across Indian households from November 2016 to March 2020

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Source

Release date

April 2020

Region

India

Survey time period

November 2016 to March 2020

Number of respondents

5,365 households

Special properties

across 13 major cities.

Supplementary notes

Note: The number of respondents and survey time period varies each survey round; details represented here is the March 2020 Consumer Confidence Survey.

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