Consumerism has been on the rise since the beginning of the 21st century. Report close the circleCreated by Milanuncios Portal, collects user that eat more what do they need. More than half of the population (54%) in Spain believe they spend money on things they don’t need, with this percentage rising to 61% among young people. Generation ZBetween 18 to 24 years.
It can also be verified that older Spaniards tend to underperform. unnecessary purchases, because 60% of those over 55 believe they don’t get unnecessary items. From sex, men get plus things they don’t need (52%), compared to women (41%). Similarly, women admit to having monthly intake. clothes (53%), while men invest their money in cultural products (34%).
By region, Cantabria (77%), Navarra (76%) and Asturias (71%) are autonomous communities where consumers consider to a greater extent They buy what they don’t need.
Most Spent on: Vacations and Cell Phones
Spaniards leave the most money on vacations, after spending 37% between 100 and 200 euros per month in this type of activity. For their part, 45% of consumers allocate more than €300 to purchase their smartphone, and about 10% spend more than €1,000. In addition, 6 out of 10 Spaniards do not use the phone until the end of its useful life, and therefore replace it. before this that it should stop working.
Survey also shows that second-hand market is booming more present Among the purchasing propensities of citizens, 67% say that they have bought a used product, and 56% have sold it. However, both the cost and benefit of these transactions are less than 50 euros.
Additionally, the consumer spend monthly Money on the purchase of new clothes (27%) and items related to culture (18%). It also highlights the 10% of users who allocate monthly funds for the purchase of technology, albeit with a very high budget, not less than 50 euros per month. The same happens with the purchase of clothing, where in our country most of the users leave monthly between 20 and 50 euros,
Shopping for fun: 61% of youth say they spend money on products they don’t need