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US Consumer Dynamics Report: Q4 2020

Time spent at home working or studying, reduced opportunities to spend, pandemic-related fiscal support, and the November elections were the chief factors shaping US consumer spending and concerns in Q4 2020, according to the US results from The Conference Board® Global Consumer Confidence Survey, fielded online in 67 markets from November 5–23, 2020, during the second wave of the pandemic.

EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

Time spent at home working or studying, reduced opportunities to spend, pandemic-related fiscal support, and the November elections were the chief factors shaping US consumer spending and concerns in Q4 2020, according to the results from The Conference Board® Global Consumer Confidence Survey, which includes 500 US respondents. The report was fielded online from November 5–23, 2020, during the second wave of the pandemic.

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Denise Dahlhoff, PhD

Senior Researcher, Consumer Research
The Conference Board

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