USA: Internet Shopping A Big Hit With Youths
Young people aged 13-17 are more likely to buy their clothes and fashions via the internet than people in the 22-32 age group, a new survey published today claims. Despite people aged 22 and over more likely to shop online, when it comes to buying clothes over the internet, only 9 per cent buy online, compared to 18 per cent for the 13-17 age group.
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