Consumer Survey: Consumers Adjusting Holiday Buying Behavior

Aware of Supply Chain Issues, Consumers Say They’re Adjusting Holiday Buying Behavior New Consumer Survey Sheds Light on Holiday and General Spending Habits and Return to Office as Pandemic Continues

A full 70% of U.S. consumers report they are adjusting their buying behavior this holiday season, driven by supply chain disruptions that may impact holiday gift availability, according to a new survey by global strategy consulting firm L.E.K. Consulting. Findings indicate that 86% of Americans are aware of those supply issues.

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