On Wednesday and Thursday, there was a decline in shoppers claiming to have stockpiled to 45% compared to 55% over the weekend.
Stockpiling is highest among 18-24s (73%), ABC1s (51%) and those with children (52%).
Top categories being stockpiled are tins and packaged foods, toilet paper and hand sanitiser. With similar products being stockpiled now compared to in March/April, retailers and manufacturers should be in a better position to develop strategies based on past experience.
Less than half (42%) say they will or might stockpile, down from around three in five (58%) last weekend.
Shoppers are most likely to be planning on stockpiling tins and packaged foods (10%), toilet paper (9%), household products (e.g. laundry, cleaning items) (8%), medicines, hand sanitiser and frozen (all 7%).
There continue to be regional differences with claimed existing and planned stockpiling.
More than half in London (54%), Scotland and the West Midlands (both 53%) claim to have already stockpiled or bought extra recently compared to 37% in the North East.
Planned stockpiling is also highest in London, Scotland and West Midlands.
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