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The Acentric Christmas Shopping Intentions Survey 2014 was conducted in South Africa between the 5th and 9th of November 2014 in order to provide a timely insight into Christmas season related purchase intentions of South African shoppers. These include the intention to conduct Christmas related shopping, intended growth in spend over the previous Christmas period, intended purchase channel, and the types of products consumers intend on purchasing. The results are segmented by age, gender, ethnic group, household income bracket, province and urban/town/rural continuum.

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Technical note & disclaimer

The margin of error is approximately 8.9% at a 95% confidence level including design error, and assuming a worst-case proportion of 0.5 (50%). Reported proportions, larger or smaller than 0.5 (50%) have smaller margins of error (i.e. more accurate) with the same base size. Note different questions and cross-tabulations may have different base sizes depending on whether or not a question was applicable to the specific respondent.

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