These are the worst places to shop on the high street - according to customers

The worst places to go shopping on the high street have been revealed, according to a new consumer survey.

Wednesday, 5th June 2019, 12:37 pm
Updated Wednesday, 5th June 2019, 1:37 pm
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Which? polled its members to find out which stores offered the best and worst in-store experiences. Read more about the report here. Here are the nine shops that are the worst to shop in, according to customers.

The high street giant had the worst score with customers giving it a meagre 50 per cent score in the Which? survey. The 'cramped and messy' stores were criticised. Photo - Graeme Robertson/Getty Images
The DIY/ home improvement retailer had one of the worst score with customers giving it a meagre 53 per cent score in the Which? survey. Shoppers said it was 'hard to find anything'.
The sports retailer had one of the worst score with customers giving it a 54 per cent score in the Which? survey. The 'oppressive atmosphere' was criticised
The sports retailer had one of the worst scores in the Which survey, with customers giving it 56 per cent, making it one of the worst places to shop on the high street.
The fashion retailer had one of the worst scores in the Which survey, with customers giving it 56 per cent, making it one of the worst places to shop on the high street. Photo - Oli Scarff/AFP/Getty Images
This fashion retailer had one of the worst scores in the Which survey, with customers giving it 58 per cent, making it one of the worst places to shop on the high street
This retailer had one of the worst scores in the Which survey, with customers giving it 59 per cent, making it one of the worst places to shop on the high street. Photo - Leon Neal/Getty Images
This retailer had one of the worst scores in the Which survey, with customers giving it 59 per cent, making it one of the worst places to shop on the high street. Photo - Matt Cardy/Getty Images
This retailer had one of the worst scores in the Which survey, with customers giving it 61 per cent, making it one of the worst places to shop on the high street.