Teen spending hit its lowest levels in two decades, according to a new survey, as teens spent less money on food, concerts and events during the coronavirus pandemic , and worry about the economy getting worse. The survey, released Tuesday, was conducted between Aug. But its popularity has been fading since. American Eagle was second, followed by Adidas — with both brands holding their previous positions on the list. The athletic apparel maker Lululemon , though, moved up to No. L Brands ' Victoria's Secret, known for its racy lingerie, fell to No.
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The survey was conducted from February 17 to March 27 with several teens taking it while quarantined at home — most notably during the last three weeks of the survey. Students answered the survey at home as part of an online learning module Piper Sandler incorporated with partner, DECA. Finally, we received lower responses from the Northeast — the part of the U. For the survey infographic and more information, visit pipersandler. In fact, we believe the majority of our responses came from teens taking the survey from their own homes. As it relates to brand preferences, we continue to see casualization of fashion march higher—Nike gained share as the No. Discretionary spending patterns, fashion trends, technology, and brand and media preferences are assessed through surveying a geographically diverse subset of high schools across the U.
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Piper Sandler Completes 40th Semi-Annual Generation Z Survey of 9,800 U.S. Teens
Teens are spending more on video games and furniture and less on food and events in a tumultuous , but their overall spending has hit record low, according to Piper Sandler's 40th semi-annual Taking Stock with Teens survey. The Minneapolis-based financial services giant polled 9, Generation Zers from 48 states to take stock of discretionary spending trends and brand preferences. Food spending is still the number one priority, though that category's share is shrinking. Those influencers are apparently pointing towards skincare, since spending in that category eclipsed cosmetics for the first time ever among females.
We believe the increased penetration and intention are incredibly important for a maturing premium smartphone market. Also, the Apple Watch continues to be the top smartwatch among teens. Finally, we think these positive hardware trends can be a catalyst for further services growth, as the hardware installed based for Apple continues to grow. As teens see their households continue to migrate away from traditional TV services, we expect a growing transition of consumer content spend toward online video services. Looking into and beyond, despite increasing competition from Disney and Apple, we are optimistic regarding ongoing international sub growth and price increases amid the current environment and eventually a post Covid world.