How does it work?
The Cross-border E-commerce Shopper Survey 2022 was conducted with a total online sample of 33,009 consumers. The target group is frequent cross-border online shoppers, who have made a cross-border online purchase in the last year. In this year’s survey, IPC also included a set of questions to understand the e-commerce impact of Brexit, EU customs changes and the 'cost of living' crisis.
The survey took place in 39 countries: Argentina, Australia, Austria, Belgium, Brazil, Canada, Chile, China, Croatia, Cyprus, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, India, Ireland, Italy, Japan, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Mexico, the Netherlands, New Zealand, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Slovakia, Slovenia, South Korea, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, the UK and the USA. The public report can be read here
- Frequency of online shopping & reasons for purchasing cross-border
- Details of most recent cross-border online purchase, including…
- Country and website of most recent purchase
- Category, weight and value of goods purchased
- Parcel packaging and recycling
- Delivery cost
- Parcel tracking, signature and delivery provider
- Customs and returns
- Satisfaction with multiple delivery elements and Net Promoter Score
- Consumer preferences related to e-commerce and delivery
- Delivery preferences
- Sustainable packaging and delivery
- Impact of legislative changes on e-commerce
- Impact of cost of living crisis on e-commerce
- A public version with the key findings from the 2022 survey.
- A country-specific report containing graphs and analysis for all questions in the survey, along with comparisons to all the other participating countries. For members only.
- A report comparing each country’s results to the average along with an analysis at country level. For members only.
- Major economies of scale through centralised research commissioned, managed, analysed and reported by IPC based on common methodology and questionnaire translated into the local language by the participating postal operator.
The public version of the report is now available. Members can access the country reports as well as the overall report below
Access to the research findings is restricted to IPC members. To access the reports below, please log in to our extranet via the 'Login' box in the top-right corner of this page. If you do not have an account yet, please register here. Should you have any issues logging into your account, registering or accessing the documents, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.