Brick-and-mortar shopping is still very important to today’s consumers.

A recent survey by TimeTrade Systems, examined by Retailing Today, found that brick-and-mortar shopping is still very important to today’s consumers. In the next couple of years, United States consumers will spend around $5 trillion in physical retail locations. Profits from online shopping pale in comparison to the level of spending in stores. Thus, understanding consumer behavior, including basic demographics, is paramount for brands and distributors alike to maximize profit and financial success.

Other key takeaways from the TimeTrade Survey:

Here are some additional demographics pertaining to U.S. consumers:

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