44% households feel they're spending more to get less, says survey

Raj Mandir Hyper Market Rajapuri in New Delhi (Photo-Dalip Kumar)
A majority of households say they are spending more than pre-Covid months to get less, a sign that the Covid-19 pandemic has upended the household budget. 

A survey conducted by LocalCircles, a pollster on the issues of governance, public and consumer interest, shows how the monthly household grocery and essentials costs has changed over the past six months.

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