Situational Case: You are in a shop and you find a suit that you like a lot and that costs 355$. You look around in the shop before buying it and you meet a close friend that tells you he has seen the exact same suit in another shop. The price is only 348$ but the shop is 15 minutes of walking away from the place you are now. What do you do?
This is part of a 3-polls structure meant to analyze the consumers' buying decisions in different cases under different types of surveying. It is short experiment that will reveal some interesting facts about consumer's behaviour. It does not require any of your personal data and it's simple and fun.
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