Americans Plan to Increase Eating Out After Pandemic

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Two-thirds of Americans plan to eat out more than they did before pandemic.

Currently, Americans are quarantined at home which means an increase in cooking and eating at home. According to Toluna, only 41% of Americans foresee themselves continuing these habits post lockdown. 

Related: Candy and Chocolate Sales Increase During COVID-19.

The study shows how much confidence Americans have in different venues' ability to communicate properly. Restaurants take lead at 61% of Americans feeling confident while gyms, salons and entertainment fall below 40%. 

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While Americans trust going out to eat, they have discarded any plans of vacation and travel as 58% of Americans are concerned about the second wave of COVID-19.

This change in plans has led to a shift in financial necessities, more than half of American’s spending has gone to items such as cleaning products, groceries and toilet paper.