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Fewer consumers plan to go Christmas shopping at the mall

The Dallas Morning News 10/15/2020

Forty-five percent of consumers in the U.S. plan to go to a mall to do at least some of their Christmas shopping season this year, down from 64 percent who did so last year, according to a survey from the International Council of Shopping Centers (ICSC). “We have to look at this year somewhat in isolation,” said ICSC CEO Tom McGee. “We’re in the midst of a pandemic and that’s clearly going to temper people’s appetite for going out to public spaces.”

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