A recent 4A ‘s survey, conducted with Researchscape, shows the main reasons consumers stop shopping a brand are quality, price, reliability and trust. Of note, 25% of respondents said they had political reasons for why they stopped doing business with a brand, and the study showed consumers learn about a new brand mostly from TV, “with friends and family and internet searches close behind.” We surveyed 1,000 consumers on the brands they love, how they find new products, and factors that cause them to break up with a brand. The results revealed insights agencies can use for their clients to build and sustain loyalty.
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