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Re: Report: Consumers Changing Online Habits Due to Spyware 2  martinwguy   2005-07-08 04:37:51 
Re: Starting an Indian Call Center, Part 2: The Challenges 2  mkp   2005-07-04 23:32:09 
Re: CNOOC Seeks US Review of Its Bid for Unocal 2  Shavise   2005-07-03 15:40:02 
Re: Apple's Switch to Intel Has Headaches 2  jeffsters   2005-07-03 09:05:35 
Re: Blinkx Carves Out Niche With Podcast Search Tool 2  ynotwatch   2005-06-30 13:02:53 
Re: Credit Card Fraud Hitting Small Online Merchants Hard 2  Soky   2005-06-30 12:05:46 
Re: CNOOC Will Continue to Pursue Unocal Bid 2  klmassey   2005-06-30 11:35:35 
Re: European E-Commerce Feeling Pinch from ID Theft 2  rstocks   2005-06-29 12:24:04 
Re: Google Said To Be Planning PayPal-Like Service 2  booksiberia   2005-06-25 12:01:58 
Re: AOL Launching Public Portal Today 2  anomalous   2005-06-21 13:12:56 
Re: Doomed Windows 2000 Dominates Market 2  SmartITGuy   2005-06-17 10:39:34 
Re: Bush May Be Trying To Pretend Global Warming Isn't Real 2  jpyle   2005-06-16 08:51:43 
Re: EBay Drop-Off Stores Balking at Regulation 2  peach_fish   2005-06-13 10:07:57 
Re: Do Not Enter -- It's XXX 2  tommcclendon   2005-06-09 09:06:35 
Re: Alleged Coin Fraud Strikes eBay 11  wanderful   2005-06-05 11:06:39 
Re: Vonage Appears on Verge of Wireless VoIP 3  wiiscom   2005-06-01 14:40:59 
Re: Web Analytics Industry Confronts Cookie-Deletion Trend 3  attyrosa   2005-05-31 09:28:20 
Re: Is Your Boss Monitoring Your BlackBerry? 2  slacking   2005-05-26 14:55:22 
Re: 'Cookies' Still a Growing Problem 3  ctbogart   2005-05-22 06:43:05 
Re: Projects Aim To Track Consumers' Online Moves 2  Ray_Canzius   2005-05-18 21:39:27 

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How important is the availability of curbside service when you consider a physical store to do your shopping?
Critically Important - I will not shop at an establishment that does not provide curbside service.
Quite Important - During the pandemic I prefer not to go inside a physical location. Still, I will consider a business that does not offer curbside service.
Somewhat Important - I like a curbside option, but itís not part of my decision-making process when I choose where to shop.
Not Important - I do not use curbside pickup. When I go out to shop I want to select everything myself.