A few things change in the month of Ramadan 2023, such as media habit, food consumption, and lifestyle. Easiness in digital era helps people to do their activities, especially in spending time and ordering food at suhoor and iftar. In fact, most people also rely on ordering and buying digitally in delivering Ramadan hampers. But some people still enjoy doing conventional things, like home cooking when break fasting.
Thus, Jakpat conducted a survey of 1371 Muslim respondents across different regions in Indonesia to capture their habits during the early days of Ramadan 2023 including media habit, food preparation, lifestyle, and plans to give hampers.
For more detailed data, please download the PDF file down below.