CNBC. The broadest result was on the question of where survey respondents preferred to shop, which showed a significant shift, with the percentage of people preferring to shop at Amazon vs. Walmart dropping to 45% from 53% in the previous year. Meanwhile, 55% of respondents said they prefer to shop at Walmart vs. Amazon, up from 47% in the previous year.
The percentage of survey respondents reporting that they were Amazon Prime members also dropped, to 52% in 2019 from 59% in 2018.
There’s no indication from these limited results what impact the changes in Amazon preferences will have on competitive retailers other than Walmart, but it’s a sign that at the very least, Amazon’s dominance over other retailers is not inevitable.
According to New Survey
Posted by Milton Griepp on November 25, 2019 @ 2:51 am CT
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