This study analyzes secondary data for a sample of 4,606 consumers from 10 countries to measure their political consumerism (having boycotted or buycotted a product or brand in the last year). It also determines the profile of the international political consumer. The non-parametric CART (Classification and Regression Trees) technique is used for the analysis. The results identify the consumer’s country of residence as the most influential variable on political consumerism, followed by consumers’ environmental concerns and level of education. Given the complexity of the country construct, future studies should analyze specific aspects related to the social context of each country.
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This project has used the database of GlobeScan Radar 2017 for the countries included in this study. The authors thank GlobeScan representatives.