ALBANY, N.Y. — More than three-quarters of New York retailers believe their sales during the upcoming holiday shopping season will be at least as good or better than last year's, according to a survey by the Retail Council of New York State.
When asked whether they anticipated 2007 holiday season sales to be better than, worse than or the same as last year's holiday season, members' responses varied, with the majority of survey participants expressing a positive outlook. According to the results, 37 percent said they expect sales to be better; 41 percent said the same; 21 percent said worse, and 1 percent had no response.
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