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US Consumer Tracker: Avoidance of Public Places Stabilizes as Socializing and Dining Hold Up

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With colder weather approaching and the likelihood of seasonal Covid-19 cases uncertain, consumers’ avoidance rate of public spaces, particularly restaurants and international travel, remains volatile. Coresight Research’s September 27, 2021, survey provides a detailed update on US consumers’ behavior and expectations, with a focus on the implications for US retail.

This week’s US Consumer Tracker covers the following:

  • What consumers are doing and where they are going—including avoidance of public places
  • What consumers are buying and which categories they are buying more of or less of than before the pandemic
  • Which retailers consumers are buying from and what shoppers are buying online and in-store

Complementing our weekly survey reports, our monthly US Consumer Tracker Extra series offers additional insight, including long-term consumer trends and a detailed analysis of where current patterns will lead in the coming months. Click here to view our full collection of US Consumer Tracker and US Consumer tracker Extra reports.

Premium subscribers can also access data from our weekly surveys in our US Consumer Tracker Databank.

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