25% of global respondents currently order groceries online for home delivery

More than half of global respondents are willing to use online grocery ordering options in the future as well: 57% for in-store pickup, 55% for drive-thru pickup and 52% for curbside pickup.

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SVOD? Yeah
You Know Me

Subscription video-on-demand users in the U.S. tend to be found in coastal U.S. cities.

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Don’t Have A
Cow, Man

41% of respondents to a recent Nielsen survey said they are purchasing fresh meat less often because of higher prices.

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E-Smarts

52% of global respondents indicated a willingness to get an education via electronic devices.

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Uncommon Sense

News and views from Nielsen's leading voices

By Randall Beard, President,
North America

The Case for Resonance

Investing a little more in determining how much ads resonate and then improving campaigns could dramatically improve performance.

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