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Sept. 16, 2022, noon | /u/3ad9w7zbrbCLion9k

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Basically the title. If you ask respondents whether sustainability is important, they'll all agree.

I have basically thought of the following two things:

- Come up with a list of product features including sustainable packaging or production or so and let the respondents rank the features. This way they have to prioritize, however it doesn't necessarily tell us whether sustainability is important or not, only that it's less (or more) important than the others

- Conjoint analysis with a relevant …

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