79 percent of Australians felt more or equally loyal to brands in the presence of effective loyalty programs, amidst the economic downturn, as did 73 percent of those in China, 69 percent in India and 59 percent in Japan.



Stat: 79 percent of Australians felt more or equally loyal to brands in the presence of effective loyalty programs, amidst the economic downturn, as did 73 percent of those in China, 69 percent in India and 59 percent in Japan.

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Stat Source: Hilton Honors

Publisher (site that mentioned this stat): LoyaltyLeaders.org

Submitted By: Michael Raeford

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