Consumers May Rein In Video Spending28 Jun, 2002 By: Hive News
Latent effects of the 9/11 terrorist attacks and the ongoing accounting scandals are changing consumer purchasing patterns and home video may feel the pinch, a new study suggests. “Consumers are less likely to buy ‘considered purchase' items such as stereos, home office equipment, TVs, carpets/furniture, DVDs, computers and major
Appliances, but the interest in purchasing personal care ‘pampering' products remained stable (67 answered just as likely),” according to a survey report from DVC Worldwide. The results are from an online poll conducted last month. About 1,600 adults responded.