CGA Consumer Pulse Survey Results
August 14th 2020
More than half of British consumers have now returned to the sector, with older people growing in confidence about eating and drinking out.
CGA’s latest bi-weekly Consumer Pulse survey reveals that 55% of those who ate out at least once every six months before lockdown have gone back—up by ten percentage points from two weeks earlier. Numbers have been boosted by growing visits in Scotland and Wales, where the sector reopened later than England but where nearly half (49%) have now been out—up by 15 percentage points since the last Consumer Pulse survey in late July.
From the blog:
- Confidence returning as more consumers return to pubs, bars and restaurants