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Americans still shopping in stores know they’re missing deals – and they don’t care

Despite a looming retail apocalypse, nearly half of Americans of all ages still do most of their shopping in brick-and-mortars. That's according to a poll from our partner, MSN, which also found that 17% of Americans shop mostly online, while 34% shop online and in stores equally. MSN polls its readers, and then uses machine learning to model how a representative sample of the US would have responded, using big data, such as the Census.
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