Skip to main content

Your shopping

Internal title Plastic Free July

Target country United States of America

Survey running date 15 July 2021, 17:37 (BST, London) - 20 July 2021, 10:30 (BST, London)

Completed
Show:
Routes:
Sort responses by:
Your shopping

Your shopping

Q1

How important is each of these factors when you're choosing where you shop? Here, think about all shopping, for any products, both in physical stores and online.

Value for money
Very important
72.7%(362)
Quality of products on sale
Very important
63.5%(316)
Easy to get there
Very important
54%(269)
Range of products
Very important
53%(264)
Q2

How important is each of these factors when you're choosing which products you buy?

Quality
Very important
69.5%(347)
Value for money
Very important
67.3%(336)
The fact I want it
Very important
51.9%(259)
Sustainability
Quite important
40.1%(200)
Q3

What is your opinion about how much stores do to reduce plastic usage and waste?

Q4

How often do you actually shop at a store because of its sustainable practices?

Q5

If you always had the option to, how often would you shop at a store based on their sustainable practices?

Q6

How important would you say each of these sustainable practices is to you when you're choosing where to shop?

Money-saving deals on sustainable products
Very important
44.2%(221)
Reduced number of plastic bags provided
Very important
37.4%(187)
Products and services to help me grow and produce sustainably at home
Very important
37.4%(187)
A wide range of sustainable products on sale
Quite important
37.2%(186)
Q7

How often do you buy products that are sustainable? By sustainable we mean products that, for example, are produced using recycled materials or with an explicitly lower carbon footprint.

Q8

Why don't you buy sustainable products all of the time? Select all that apply.

Q9

What are some brands you can think of that do great work for sustainability?

Respondent #1
Respondent #2
Q10

And what are some brands you can think of that have bad sustainability practices?

Respondent #1
Respondent #2

0Answer filters

Click answers to apply

0Demographic filters