According to new research reported in Marketing Charts, almost two-thirds (64%) of global respondents overall agreed that they try to buy products from brands that act responsibly, even if it means spending more, while 29% disagreed. Within the US a slim majority (53%) of respondents agreed that they try to buy products from brands that act responsibly, even if it means spending more, while one-third (33%) disagreed. Research also found that the majority of Americans prefer to buy from sustainable brands.
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