A recent study has revealed that about three quarters of UK women are badly affected by changing room rage. The condition is called as CRR. The study involved more than 1,200 women in the UK and found that 75% of them have stopped trying on clothes in shopping stores because they do not like the conditions of these rooms. The women say that these changing rooms were cramped, cluttered or exposed. About 60% of women said that they leave the garments in the changing room without even trying them and more than half of them said they now try on the clothes at home.
The study has also claimed that women aged between 30 and 39 are most likely to experience changing room rage and women in their 50s were least likely to get furious at shops.
These women were questioned by the research team after the visited a high street changing room. About 58% of women said that they were disappointed with the condition of fitting rooms and 48% claimed that such changing rooms left them frustrated. The main problems at the fitting rooms include curtains which do not close properly, long queues and a lack of space at the rooms.
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