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Covid-19 poll daily insights

June 1, 2020

  • Half of respondents plan to do a mix of in-store and online shopping for summer.
  • Parents are divided on the decision to send kids to summer camp this year.
  • Almost a quarter of respondents say they’ve had trouble finding a beauty, grooming, or cosmetic product they wanted.


Half of the people surveyed say they plan to shop both online and in-store for summer.

Fifty percent of respondents said they plan to do a combination of online and in-store shopping for summer. The next largest group was those who plan to shop just online, 26 percent. Fifteen percent plan to only shop in-person, and 10 percent are undecided.

how people plan to shop for summer 6-1

Parents are split about what to do with their kids this summer.

For a third of parents, the choice has been made for them: 37 percent say summer camps in their area are staying closed. Twenty-three percent say that while camps may open, they won’t be sending their children. Another 23 percent say they are going to send their kids to camp this summer. And the last 18 percent is undecided, including some parents who are unsure if camps will open.

parents' thoughts on sending kids to summer camp this year 6-1

Shoppers are searching for out-of-stock beauty products.

Twenty-two percent of people say they’ve had difficulty finding specific cosmetics, beauty, and grooming products due to items being out of stock. In particular, people mentioned having trouble finding hair clippers, deodorant, press-on nails, shampoo, and face masks.

Stock issues with beauty and grooming products were second only to food and beverages, the category people say they’ve had the most product availability problems with.

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