More consumers are planning to cut back on spending for dining out occasions over the next six months, a new Harris Poll survey found. The survey, which polled about 2,600 adults online last month, reported that 66 percent of respondents said they likely would decrease their spending at restaurants, compared with 64 percent in May. In addition, 62 percent of those polled said they intended to reduce spending on entertainment, although that figure remained flat when compared with last ...
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