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64% of French businesses view membership in the eurozone as positive, down from 71% in 2012 Future of Europe
52% of French and U.K. consumers do not think the economy will improve for at least several years, compared to 51% for Spain, 46% for Italy, and 39% for Germany BCG - Press Release - Consumers Intensify Their Vow to 'Save More, Spend Less'
51% of Italian consumers believe they are not financially secure or in financial trouble, compared to 45% for Germany and the U.K., 41% for Spain, and 33% for France BCG - Press Release - Consumers Intensify Their Vow to 'Save More, Spend Less'
93% of Greek consumers believe the government is to blame for a "big share" of their country's debt situation, compared to 80% for Italy, 60% for France, and 59% for Germany BCG - Press Release - Consumers Intensify Their Vow to 'Save More, Spend Less'
42% of tablet users expect the load times of desktop computers and tablets to be the same, while 28% expect pages should load faster on a tablet Mobile Commerce - Tablet users have high expectations - Internet Retailer
13% of tablet owners in the U.S., UK, Germany, France and India expect a webpage to load on a tablet in less than 1 second, 24% in 1 second, 32% in 2 seconds, 20% in 3 and 11% in 4 or more Mobile Commerce - Tablet users have high expectations - Internet Retailer
45% of Chinese consumers believe that well-known brands stand for better quality and safety, compared to 31% of U.S. and 27% of French consumers Wooing the Fickle Chinese Consumer - Max Magni and Yuval Atsmon - Harvard Business Review
79% of those in Saudi Arabia feel more confident online, compared to 55% in Vietnam, 52% in India, 42% in China and 12% in France and Germany INTERNET ADDICTION SETS IN, AS BRICS COUNTRIES BENEFIT FROM ONLINE CONFIDENCE BOOST
French consumers are 7 times more interested in the ability to track an online shopping order than Japanese consumers (37% vs. 5%) Pitney Bowes Newsroom | Attention Online Retailers: Pitney Bowes Research Shows One Size Does Not Fit All in Global E-Commerce