Table - Where American Internet Users Expect To Shop During The Holidays

Have holiday shoppers in the US shaken off their fears of economic uncertainty yet? An October report from Deloitte seems to think so. The professional services firm reports a rise in consumer confidence in 2013, and it expects those feelings will translate to higher spending around the holidays this year. And a lot of holiday purchases will be occurring online.

In fact, Deloitte reports that 47% of respondents expected to shop online this holiday season, making it the most popular shopping channel. In comparison, 44% thought they would shop at a discount or value department store, 28% expected to shop at a traditional department store, and 21% anticipated going to an electronics, office supply or computer store. Read the rest at eMarketer.