LONDON, November 3 /PRNewswire/ -- Twenga, the comprehensive shopping search engine, today reveals further results from its annual Christmas Spending Survey. The company asked over 3000 Europeans if their Christmas shopping would be affected by the Swine Flu virus H1N1. The results show that the British are more fearful of contracting the virus than their European counterparts with 2 out of 3 (65%) British shoppers saying they are planning more online shopping for Christmas 2009. This compares to the European average of 49% where the Spanish and Dutch were least bothered, both at 37%.

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SOURCE: Twenga

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