The Decline of the American Brand in Europe


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We surveyed 5,000 adults in France, Germany, Italy, Spain, and the United Kingdom, and found that the U.S. ranks among the worst of any country or region when it came to perceptions of how it is handling the pandemic. Not only do 40% or more of adults in each market (including 49% of Germans) believe American companies are not doing enough in response to the coronavirus, they've become notably more pessimistic of American brands too. We explore how this translates into Europeans' purchasing decisions.
Victoria Sakal Managing Director of Brand Intelligence
Morning Consult