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This explodes the myth that American men don’t like to shop

When they’re shopping online, men seem to have deeper pockets than women.

Among online shoppers, 38% of men have bought an item online that costs $ 1,000 or more, according to a National Public Radio/Marist survey released Monday of more than 1,000 adults. Comparatively, only 19% of women had made a purchase that big on the internet.

Overall, the survey found that men were slightly more likely to shop online: 51% of …
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