In the online world, you often need to give personal data to get information from retailers, banking institutions, and healthcare organizations. So, of those three, which do online consumers trust the most with their personal data?
Consumers still prefer sharing personal data face to face with healthcare corporations, retailers, and banking organizations, it found.
A whopping 95% of those surveyed prefer to share their personal data in person at their doctor's office, and only 63% are used to the idea of sharing information online.
In the retail sector, 75% of those surveyed are used to idea of sharing information online. However, 72% said "the online promotions or emails they receive don't speak to their personal interest or needs."
When discussing online banking, 87% of survey takers felt more comfortable sharing information face to face than online.
To find out more about how digital consumers feel about sharing their personal data with the healthcare, retail, and banking industries, check out the following infographic:
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