In these days in which everything can turn political, why not grocery shopping as well?
Experience management expert Qualtrics recently conducted a survey of 1,000 U.S. adults to explore grocery shopping behaviors. First, it discovered that people spend 20 percent more shopping in-store than online. (There’s still much to be said for wandering those aisles, apparently.) But here’s where things begin falling into distinctive camps: Republicans spend more on groceries than Democrats — 10 percent more in-store and 25 percent more online.
Also, 28 percent of those who earn more than $150,000 a year order groceries online at least monthly. People prefer to shop for groceries rather than wash their vehicle, do the dishes or do yardwork. And men are 70 percent more likely to prefer working on taxes over shopping for groceries.