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Over half of Bulgarians never do shopping online

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Nearly 56% of Bulgarians never shop online, according to a nationally representative poll conducted by the Trend agency between July 16 and 22 among 1,007 Bulgarians aged 18 or over, according to a report by Novinite.com.

Fewer than one in five of the youngest interviewed and 96% of those aged over 70 do not shop online. Better educated people and higher income groups tend to do more online shopping.

The poll found that 45% of people who shop online always or sometimes have resorted to this option more often in the past year. Those who prefer online shopping choose it for its speed and convenience.

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