The Vacationer에서 발표한 휴가 여행 설문조사에서는 다음과 같이 제안합니다. 112 million American adults will journey far distances to celebrate 하누카, 크리스마스 and Kwanzaa, but it’s important to note that the online poll was administered on October 17 – before the World Health Organization identified and named the Omicron variant.
The Vacationer’s updated travel survey for 2021 shows a 13.54% increase in the number of American adults who say they intend to travel to a “vacation destination or gathering” 작년에 비해.
If the COVID-19 Omicron variant does not play a factor in holiday travel and The Vacationer’s data stands correct, 12.72% of American adults will travel by plane, 60.7% will travel by car and 3.93% will travel on some form of public transportation.
In terms of how far Americans plan to travel for the December holiday season, more than a third (37.15%) say they’re traveling between one and 99 마일. Nearly one in five (19.3%) say they’re traveling between 100 과 499 마일. 거의 8% say they’re traveling between 500 과 999 miles or more than 1,000 마일.
Forty percent of these holiday travelers expect to spend $ 500 or less on gas, 항공편, hotels, tickets and other festive events. One in 10 expect (11.07%) to spend between $ 501 과 $ 1,000 동안 12.26% expect to spend upwards of $ 1,001 on holiday travel.
The Vacationer’s updated holiday travel survey was conducted using SurveyMonkey’s interface and audience, and the data was then analyzed by Eric Jones, an assistant professor of mathematics at the Rowan College of South Jersey.
The survey’s total sample size included 1,092 Americans who are over the age of 18.
Unlike last year, coronavirus vaccines are available in the U.S. to combat COVID-19 and many of its variants. 이상 195 million Americans are fully vaccinated, which is equivalent to 59.3% 미국의. 인구.
그만큼 질병 통제 예방 센터 recommends avoiding unessential travel if you’re feeling sick, have been exposed to COVID-19 while unvaccinated, have tested positive for COVID-19 (예방접종 여부와 상관없이) or are waiting for coronavirus test results.