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Walmart was cited by 31% of respondents as doing a good job dealing with COVID-19 during Wave 4 (July 9-12), up from 25% in Wave 1 (March 29-April 1).

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Walmart ranks highest among retailers doing a good job with problems created by COVID-19, according to dunnhumby research

Chicago-based dunnhumby, a global leader in customer data science, on Tuesday released the latest findings from its Consumer Pulse Survey, a multi-phased, worldwide study of the impact of COVID-19 on customer attitudes and behavior. The survey has been taken during four separate “waves” of the pandemic: Wave 1 (March 29-April 1), Wave 2 (April 11-14), Wave 3 (May 29-31) and Wave 4 (July 9-12).

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