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ペット産業のメトリクス:米国におけるペット保険への消費者アプローチ

Pet Metrics: Consumer Approaches to Pet Insurance in the USA

発行 Finaccord Ltd. 商品コード 315512
出版日 ページ情報 英文 26 Pages
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ペット産業のメトリクス:米国におけるペット保険への消費者アプローチ Pet Metrics: Consumer Approaches to Pet Insurance in the USA
出版日: 2014年07月01日 ページ情報: 英文 26 Pages
概要

当レポートでは、米国におけるペット所有者のペット保険に対する態度について分析し、ペット保険を購入しているペット所有者の割合、購入した保険証券の種類、保険がカバーするリスク、利用した独立型ペット保険の流通チャネル・インターフェース、および保険金請求の頻度など、有益なデータを集計し、提供しています。

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第1章 イントロダクション

第2章 調査分析

  • イントロダクション
  • ペット所有理由
  • 1匹以上のペットを所有している回答者の割合
  • 区分:年齢層別
  • 区分:年間世帯所得帯別
  • ペット保険の加入
  • ペット保険に加入しているペット所有者の割合
  • 区分:年齢層別
  • 区分:年間世帯所得帯別
  • ペット保険に最も加入している消費者のタイプ
  • ペット保険の特徴
  • ペット保険の対象となるリスク
  • ペット保険の流通
  • 独立型ペット保険に用いられる流通チャネル
  • 独立型ペット保険に用いられる流通インターフェース
  • 流通チャネル・独立型保険契約に用いられるインターフェースの組み合わせ分類
  • 独立型ペット保険の獲得時期
  • ペット保険金請求
  • ペット保険金請求の頻度・結果
  • ペット保険金請求の主な理由

第3章 付録

図表リスト

目次

Finaccord's report titled Pet Metrics: Consumer Approaches to Pet Insurance in the USA offers detailed and up-to-date insights into the behaviour of pet owners in the context of pet insurance in the US. Based on a primary survey of almost 2,000 consumers in the USA carried out in the second quarter of 2014, the research provides valuable data describing the extent to which owners of cats, dogs and other animals take out insurance for their pets.

In addition to calculating the percentage of US pet owners that buys pet insurance, the investigation also analyses the types of policy that they buy (i.e. stand-alone policies or cover packaged within household insurance or personal liability insurance), whether they hold cover for liabilities associated with pet ownership only or also for other risks (most notably veterinary expenses), which distribution channel and interface they use to take out stand-alone pet insurance and whether they buy cover within a week or a month of acquiring their pet or at a later stage.

Finally, the report measures the degree to which insured pet owners have used their cover to file a claim in the 12 months leading up to the survey and, if so, the reason for making the claim and whether the claim was accepted or not.

Indeed, key features of this report include:

  • analyses showing the percentage of cat owners, dog owners and owners of different types of pet that acquire pet insurance in the US and the potential for this proportion to grow further;
  • data describing the percentage of pet owners covered for expenses associated with veterinary treatment (in the event or accident or illness) and other broader pet-related risks in addition to pet liability;
  • statistics illustrating the extent to which alternative distribution channels, such as aggregators, banks, cashback websites, charities, supermarkets / other retailers and vets are eroding the share of conventional insurance distributors, including direct sales by pet insurance underwriters;
  • information depicting whether pet owners prefer to buy pet insurance online, by phone or by post, as opposed to in person on a face-to-face basis, and how these distribution interfaces cross-tabulate with the aforementioned distribution channels;
  • insights into claims frequency and claims acceptance rates for pet insurance in the US.

Table of Contents

0.0 EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

1.0 INTRODUCTION

  • What is this report about
  • Rationale
  • Global consumer research

2.0 SURVEY ANALYSIS

  • Introduction
  • Underlying pet ownership
  • Proportion of respondents who own one or more types of pet
  • Segmentation by age group
  • Segmentation by annual household income band
  • Uptake of pet insurance
  • Proportion of pet owners who have pet insurance
  • Segmentation by age group
  • Segmentation by annual household income band
  • Types of consumers most likely to have pet insurance
  • Characteristics of pet insurance
  • Types of pet insurance policy
  • Risks covered by pet insurance
  • Distribution of pet insurance
  • Distribution channels used for stand-alone pet insurance
  • Distribution interfaces used for stand-alone pet insurance
  • Cross-tabulation of distribution channels and interfaces used for stand-alone policies
  • Time of acquisition of stand-alone pet insurance
  • Pet insurance claims
  • Frequency and outcome of pet insurance claims
  • Main reasons for pet insurance claims

3.0 APPENDIX

  • Research sample statistics
  • Research structure

LIST OF GRAPHICS / TABLES

0.0 EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

1.0 INTRODUCTION

2.0 SURVEY ANALYSIS

  • % of respondents in the US who own one or more types of pet, 2014
  • % of respondents in the US who own each particular type of pet, 2014
  • % of respondents in the US who own each particular type of pet, segmented by age, 2014
  • % of respondents in the US who own each particular type of pet, segmented by annual household income, 2014
  • % of pet owners in the US who have pet insurance, segmented by type of pet, 2014
  • % of pet owners in the US who have any type of pet insurance, segmented by type of pet and by age, 2014
  • % of pet owners in the US who have any type of pet insurance, segmented by type of pet and by annual household income, 2014
  • % of respondents in the US who have any type of pet insurance, segmented by age and by annual household income, 2014
  • % of respondents in the US who have any type of pet insurance, segmented by age and by annual household income, 2014 (table)
  • Types of pet insurance policy held in the US, 2014
  • Risks covered by pet insurance in the US, 2014
  • Distribution channels used for stand-alone pet insurance in the US, 2014
  • Distribution interfaces used for stand-alone pet insurance in the US, 2014
  • Online sales of stand-alone pet insurance in the US, segmented by type of device used, 2014
  • Cross-tabulation of distribution channels and interfaces used for stand-alone pet insurance in the 2014
  • Time of acquiring stand-alone pet insurance in the US relative to time of acquiring pet, 2014
  • Frequency and outcome of pet insurance claims in the US, 2014
  • Main reasons for pet insurance claims in the US, 2014

3.0 APPENDIX

  • US survey sample, segmented by geographical region
  • US survey sample, segmented by age group and by annual household income band
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