When it came to making actual purchases, the store still won out as the most common place to make a purchase among affluent consumers, cited by 78% of respondents. Purchasing via the desktop web was right behind, however, cited by 77%. Women were 6 percentage points more likely than men to make a purchase through this means, while men showed a greater proclivity to buy on mobile.
Mobile websites on tablets were the place where the greatest percentage of shoppers made mobile purchases, at one out of five affluent consumers. Another 11% used a tablet app to make a purchase. Fourteen percent of affluent consumers used the mobile web on a nontablet device to buy and 12% used a mobile app. Read the rest at eMarketer.