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Try before you buy: retail items shoppers would order using the service UK 2018

Retail items consumers would order online using 'try before you buy' services in the United Kingdom (UK) in 2018, by gender

by Statista Research Department, last edited Apr 2, 2019
Try before you buy: retail items shoppers would order using the service UK 2018 This chart presents the share of retail items UK online shoppers would consider ordering using try-before-you-buy service in 2018, broken down by gender. While for women clothing items or accessories were the highest ranking retail item at 61 percent, for men it was computers, PCs, and tablets with 46 percent of male respondents stating they would order these items using try-before-you-buy. Electrical goods were another retail item category which 28 percent of male shoppers and 26 percent of female shoppers would consider ordering using the service in the UK in 2018.
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Retail items consumers would order online using 'try before you buy' services in the United Kingdom (UK) in 2018, by gender

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by Statista Research Department, last edited Apr 2, 2019
This chart presents the share of retail items UK online shoppers would consider ordering using try-before-you-buy service in 2018, broken down by gender. While for women clothing items or accessories were the highest ranking retail item at 61 percent, for men it was computers, PCs, and tablets with 46 percent of male respondents stating they would order these items using try-before-you-buy. Electrical goods were another retail item category which 28 percent of male shoppers and 26 percent of female shoppers would consider ordering using the service in the UK in 2018.
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