Americans Are Still Wary of Shopping and Traveling
July 28, 2020
After months of lockdown and quarantine, Americans are still hesitant to engage in some economic activities, according to a recent poll. The poll, from First Insight, found that while Americans largely feel comfortable in grocery stores and small retailers, 32% of people still feel unsafe or very unsafe shopping at malls. That’s an increase from the 29% of people who felt the same way in April.
It’s not just the size of the store that has some customers worried, but the activity. According to the study, 80% of women feel uncomfortable trying on make-up and beauty products, and 68% said they would feel uncomfortable trying on clothes.
Traveling also has many Americans worried. The survey found that 40% of Americans would want to wait at least a year before embarking on a domestic flight, up from 30% in April. Fifity-one percent fell the same about international travel.