• New spending habits are here to stay

    • Aside from the categories noted above, respondents broadly expected their spending patterns to remain the same. This may suggest that many pandemic payment behaviors will be more enduring than expected. 

    • Compared to other generations, Gen Z were slightly more fluid in their intentions to increase or reduce spend in certain areas. For example, Gen Z were three times more likely to expect their spending on health and well-being to increase than Boomers+. Equally, they were the most likely generation to believe their spending on digital content would fall, with 20% of respondents saying so.

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