The most popular pandemic purchases among those who stockpiled are food, medication and cleaning and paper products
According to the research conducted by LendingTree, 63% of the US customers purchased supplies related to the coronavirus outbreak, spending on average $178.44. Besides, 63% of Americans purchased supplies in preparation of COVID-19.
The study found that parents of children under 18 spent $189.80 on supplies, which is more than $11 above the average.
Higher earners of $100,00 or more, spent an average of $219.90 on supplies, according to the survey.
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