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U.S. consumers are generally less satisfied when they go shopping, according to the latest American Customer Satisfaction Index (ACSI) report released on Wednesday. Overall satisfaction with the retail experience dropped for the first time in four years. The overall decline was about 1.5 percent. Brick-and-mortar stores had flat or lower scores. Only online retailers are up from a year ago.
"It's not huge, but it's definitely significant," said ACSI director David VanAmburg. "A lot of this is due to higher prices, especially for non-discretionary items."
Here are the rankings for national chains in the various categories covered by this survey of more than 8,700 shoppers: