In continuation with our 2021 Q1 consumer update, we asked over 1,100 US respondents a series of questions on their overall well-being to better understand how it affects different generations, dining habits and concerns.
In our first survey of 2021, we asked over 1,100 US respondents a series of questions to understand how consumers behave a year after the start of the pandemic.
With the continuous rise of technology in the restaurant industry we asked over 800 US consumers about their thoughts on restaurant loyalty programs.
In our last survey of 2020, we asked over 800 US consumers a series of questions about their drive-thru behavior to better understand what factors shape current trends.
In our last survey of 2020, we asked over 800 US consumers a series of questions to continue our understanding of how consumer behavior has changed over the course of this year.
We asked 800 US diners these questions and more to capture the current customer sentiment towards plant-based meats as restaurants strategize for the future. Recommended for youNewsPlant-based meat options: Why it's a big deal to customersNovember 2020NewsPlant-based...
We asked 800 US diners these questions and more to help restaurants as they strategize and navigate the path to recovery.
What do Gen Zers, Millennials, Gen Xers and Baby Boomers want from restaurants now? 1,200 US diners weigh in. We asked diners across the U.S. and in every generation to tell us when they’ll go back to dining in, what eases their concerns, how much they’re interacting...
How have dining habits for Family Households changed compared to Single Households? 1,200 US diners weigh in. Consumer insights to help restaurants strategize and navigate the path to recovery.