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ENGINE INSIGHTS SUMMER VACATION SURVEY FINDS THAT ...
41% of Americans Have Cancelled Their Summer Vacations
It’s almost the middle of summer, a time when Americans are traditionally on their annual summer vacation, planning to go on vacation, or have recently come back from one. But with COVID-19 have Americans changed their summer vacation and travel plans? According to the ENGINE Insights Summer Vacation survey, 41% of Americans have cancelled their summer vacations due to COVID-19, 19% have postponed them, and only 7% have gone or plan to go on a vacation this summer.
The ENGINE Insights team conducted the survey to find out more about Americans’ summer vacation and travel plans. Had they changed them because of COVID? Would they still visit some of the most popular summer vacation family destinations that have reopened such as Disney World?
Find out what Americans are thinking via the ENGINE Insights survey findings below:
Have you cancelled or postponed your summer vacation due to COVID-19?
What modes of transportation will you use to travel to your summer vacation destination?
Has COVID-19 changed the way you plan to travel on your summer vacation?
Do you plan to go to any of these destinations now that they have reopened?
New York, March 30th, 2021 – ENGINE, a global full-service media and marketing services company, announced today it has signed Credible as a client. Credible (credible.com) is a leading consumer finance marketplace that enables consumers to compare instant, accurate prequalified rates from multiple financial institutions for mortgages, student loans and personal loans.
In recognition of International Women’s Day, the ENGINE Insights CARAVAN® team conducted a survey to discover Americans’ views on how well they think brands, the media and advertising are doing in their representation of women. The survey also asked participants about what they see as the biggest challenges women face in the workplace – and about the benefits of working from home due to COVID-19.