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    MAY 18, 2022
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    APR 28, 2022

    Beyond the chart: That quarter, 67% of online shopping sessions in the US took place on mobile phones, while 31% occurred on desktops. Add-to-cart rates were between 12.5% and 13.5%, depending on device, but shoppers abandoned their carts 77.5% of the time.

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    MAY 4, 2022

    Beyond the chart: About 90% of smart building spending will go to nonresidential properties in 2026. There’s consumer demand for this technology as well, driven by rising environmental concerns and energy costs, along with increased time spent at home.

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    APR 12, 2022

    For more insights and key statistics on the biggest trends in today's most disruptive industries, subscribe to our Chart of the Day newsletter. In 2022, US meal-kit subscription services will deliver $7.63 billion in digital sales to make up 22.8% of the country’s subscription ecommerce sales.

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    APR 12, 2022

    For more insights and key statistics on the biggest trends in today's most disruptive industries, subscribe to our Chart of the Day newsletter. US spending on linear TV ads will peak this year at $68.35 billion, up from $65.66 billion in 2021.

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    MAY 13, 2022

    Beyond the chart: Executives name cybersecurity as the No. 1 AI-related risk to their organization, but they may be missing the very real threat of algorithmic bias. Most US companies use AI for hiring and people management, but 39% of executives say no one at their company is responsible for identifying implicit bias in the tech.

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    MAY 5, 2022

    For more insights and key statistics on the biggest trends in today's most disruptive industries, subscribe to our Chart of the Day newsletter. In 2021, Amazon’s US average revenue per user (ARPU) for its retail media network was nearly 4 times that of Instacart and close to 9 times that of Walmart.

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    APR 21, 2022

    Beyond the chart: The US music industry saw revenues grow by 24% year over year in 2021, to a total of $15.0 billion. Nearly two-thirds of its revenues came from paid streaming subscriptions, while physical formats posted gains as well. For the first time since 1996, CDs and vinyl records both experienced revenue growth.

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    MAY 3, 2022

    Beyond the chart: Crypto adoption has exploded since the onset of the pandemic, when the digital assets captured the imaginations of people stuck at home and online. Nearly 13% of US adults will own crypto this year, per our estimates. Most are in it for long-term investment, with only about 10% of US owners using their crypto for transactions.

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    APR 13, 2022

    Beyond the chart: The onset of the pandemic accelerated this decline, leading to a 32.1% drop in cash usage at the POS worldwide in 2020. This decrease slowed to 12.2% last year, though it was steeper in Asia-Pacific and the Middle East and Africa.

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    MAY 11, 2022

    Beyond the chart: Among these listeners, Spotify is the digital audio platform of choice, with 31% using the service in the week prior to being surveyed. YouTube Music follows in second, with 20%, while Pandora trails in third place, with 13%.

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    MAY 10, 2022

    For more insights and key statistics on the biggest trends in today's most disruptive industries, subscribe to our Chart of the Day newsletter. Across generations, retirement is the No. 1 investing goal in the US. That said, Gen Z is far more likely to focus on getting rich or learning to invest than older age groups.

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    APR 29, 2022

    For more insights and key statistics on the biggest trends in today's most disruptive industries, subscribe to our Chart of the Day newsletter. Nearly two-thirds of US consumers would give away their email address for a $20 coupon or discount code. Some 31% would provide their full name, and 23% would enter their phone number.

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    APR 20, 2022

    For more insights and key statistics on the biggest trends in today's most disruptive industries, subscribe to our Chart of the Day newsletter. In 2021, social audio app Clubhouse registered a total of 6.7 million downloads in the US. About 42% of those downloads occurred during Q1 2021, when the app received extraordinary media buzz.

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    MAY 16, 2022

    Beyond the chart: Overall, 43% of US adults answer calls from unknown numbers. If calls came with familiar brand logos, 59% say they would answer the phone, a difference of 16 percentage points.

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    MAY 2, 2022

    Beyond the chart: More than 3 in 5 consumers worldwide feel they’re overpaying for streaming services, per Fandom polling from January, the month Netflix announced its latest round of US price increases. Another reason for that view is the sheer number of subscriptions people have these days. 

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    APR 27, 2022

    Beyond the chart: Just 18% of US adults felt very secure about their financial situation in March, weeks after the consumer price index hit a 40-year high. That month, 27% said they were financially worse off than before the COVID-19 pandemic, up from 20% in April 2021.

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    APR 25, 2022

    For more insights and key statistics on the biggest trends in today's most disruptive industries, subscribe to our Chart of the Day newsletter. Among US Netflix subscribers who share their account with others, nearly half said they’d very likely cancel their subscription if the platform began charging them extra for sharing it.

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    APR 21, 2022

    Beyond the chart: Though CMOs’ top concerns do not explicitly involve COVID-19, the pandemic is certainly exacerbating those problems. The number of US employees voluntarily quitting their jobs hit a 20-year high in November 2021, as essential and remote workers alike faced burnout and re-evaluated their professional lives.

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    APR 7, 2022

    For more insights and key statistics on the biggest trends in today's most disruptive industries, subscribe to our Chart of the Day newsletter. As of January 2022, 35% of people ages 12 and over in the US owned a smart speaker, up just 2 percentage points from the year before. That’s following an increase of 6 percentage points year over year in 2021.

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    MAY 9, 2022

    For more insights and key statistics on the biggest trends in today's most disruptive industries, subscribe to our Chart of the Day newsletter. In preparation for the cookieless future, marketers are homing in on first-party data to target consumers.

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    APR 19, 2022

    For more insights and key statistics on the biggest trends in today's most disruptive industries, subscribe to our Chart of the Day newsletter. Among executives worldwide, 71% believe the metaverse will have at least some positive impact on their organization.

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    APR 4, 2022

    For more insights and key statistics on the biggest trends in today's most disruptive industries, subscribe to our Chart of the Day newsletter. Nearly 2 in 5 augmented reality (AR) users in the US will shop with the technology this year, for a total of 35.0 million retail AR users.

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    APR 13, 2022

    Beyond the chart: Spotify has invested heavily in the medium, which makes sense considering it serves podcast ads to paid subscribers and ad-supported listeners alike. This is helping the streaming giant capitalize on the podcast ad boom, which is seeing digital audio budgets shift to these shows.

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    APR 26, 2022

    Beyond the chart: Just 1 in 5 US adults would be very or extremely comfortable sharing the road with driverless cars. Fans of the tech argue it reduces commuter stress, which lowers the likelihood of accidents.

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