Study finds people use self-checkout to avoid judgement of purchases

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A recent study of 2000 Americans has found that 2 out of 5 people use the self-checkout to avoid cashiers judging their purchases in the grocery store.

That study was conducted by OnePoll, on behalf of Kroger.

The same percent claim they’ve experienced “cart envy” and left a checkout line in search of items they saw in other’s shopping carts. 78 percent of people say they buy more then intended when they visit the grocery store.

PHL17 weighed in on the topic and the conversation took a wild turn! Watch the video above.

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