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COVID-19: PULSE OF THE CONSUMER

Keeping the Pulse of the Consumer and COVID-19 

COVID-19 has just begun and already the business impact is felt. Now, more than ever, it is vital that businesses connect and understand their consumers – what they are going through, what they need, and how they feel.

At ENGINE, we have the real-time pulse of the consumer, today, and always. Throughout this pandemic we will be offering weekly insights from identifying important data points and trends from the voice of the consumer.

These Online CARAVAN® omnibus surveys were conducted March 13-15, March 16-17, and March 20-22, 2020. Approximately 1000 adults selected from opt-in panels were surveyed each time. The results are also weighted to U.S. Census data to be demographically representative. 

Key Findings as of March 22, 2020: 

COVID Consumer
At ENGINE, we are keeping the pulse on the consumer during the COVID-19 pandemic, and are regularly running our CARAVAN surveys on these issues. Contact us at caravaninfo@enginegroup.com for more information, or for the full CARAVAN survey findings.

Written by the Caravan team at ENGINE Insights.

 

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