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  1. Statista, “When Consumers are Most Likely to Begin Holiday Shopping in the United States as of September 2020,” October 23, 2020 Back
  2. Deloitte, “A Tale of Two Holiday Seasons: As a K-Shaped Recovery Model Emerges, Consumer Spending Heavily Bifurcated,” September 15, 2020 Back
  3. Creditcards.com, “Poll: Most Americans Will Do Holiday Shopping from " Back
  4. National Retail Federation, “Annual 2020 Holiday Survey,” October 2020 Back
  5. Deloitte, “2020 Holiday Retail Survey,” October 2020 Back
  6. Ibid Back
  7. Creditcards.com, “Poll: Most Americans Will Do Holiday Shopping from Home,” September 17, 2020 Back