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Tesco tops new supermarket poll

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A recent poll has found that Tesco remains popular amongst UK shoppers, with the retailer topping the list of favourite supermarkets in the country.

The poll by money-saving site VoucherCodesPro found 29% of all respondents voting Tesco as their most popular grocer, followed by Aldi, Lidl, Asda, and Sainsbury’s. Respondents cited Tesco’s Clubcard scheme, its range of branded goods, and wide selection, as reasons for choosing the chain.

Encouragingly for Tesco, 37% of those who voted for it said that a discount chain would have been their previous first choice. Those shoppers cited a lack of parking at the discounters, large queues, and “too many non-branded goods” as reasons for switching.

The study also found that 67% shopped at more than one supermarket weekly while 33% stayed loyal to just one chain.

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