Young adults with annual incomes of less than $10,000 per year are more likely to use a third-party delivery app to order food, according to study conducted by Zion & Zion.
This study, conducted by the Zion & Zion market research team, was based on a nationwide survey of 2,928 U.S. consumers ages 18 and up, and reveals the demographics and usage trends of users of third-party food deliver apps.
According to the study, the most used multi-restaurant delivery website/app is Grubhub, the app of choice amongst 37.8% of respondents, followed by UberEATS at 36%, and DoorDash at 19.9%.
Almost two-thirds (63%) of adults 18 to 29 years old have used a multi-restaurant delivery website or app service in the past 90 days, followed by 51% for those 30 to 44 years old, 29% for those 45 to 60, and just 14% for those 60 and over.
The lower a person's income, the more likely they are to use restaurant delivery services. About half (51.6%) of people who earn less than $10,000 per year have used these services, and 44.6% for those earning $10,000 to $24,900.
The full report is available here.