AHLA Survey: Nearly 70% of Americans Will Not Travel for Holidays

AHLA Study: Virtually 70% of Americans Will Certainly Not Traveling for Holidays

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A current national survey commissioned by the American Resort & & Accommodations Association (AHLA) discovered that virtually two-thirds (69%) of Americans do not intend to take a trip for the holidays this year.

The study of 2,200 grownups was conducted November 2-4, 2020 by Early morning Consult on behalf of AHLA. Key findings include that 74% of those taking a trip overnight for Christmas report they will certainly stick with family or a buddy and that only 3 in 10 respondents have actually taken an overnight getaway or recreation journey because March. Furthermore, 44% of respondents stated that their following hotel stay for holiday or recreation travel will be a year or even more from now or they have no plans to remain in a hotel.

“We comprehend the significance of complying with CDC standards to minimize the spread of COVID-19 and sustain the federal government’s activities. Nevertheless, with the remarkable decrease in traveling, resorts will certainly encounter a harsh wintertime with no fault of our own. The hotel sector needs help to make it through till traveling demand returns. Provided this existing setting, Congress can not nor ought to not ponder recess up until a relief costs is passed now,” said Chip Rogers, president as well as Chief Executive Officer at AHLA. “Millions of Americans run out work, and also thousands of small companies are having a hard time to maintain their doors open. We can not afford to wait until the following Congress is promised in for alleviation. We require aid currently.”

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