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The Likelihood of Taking a Leisure Trip in the Next 6 Months Has Declined by More Than 50% in Past Month

MMGY Travel Intelligence

The U.S. Travel Association has partnered with MMGY Travel Intelligence to conduct a biweekly study of U.S. business and leisure travelers. This survey measures current and future traveler sentiment amid the COVID-19 pandemic and will track trends and shifts in travel intentions. The study will poll respondents for both domestic and international travel intent by purpose and type. 

Key findings from the March 27 report: 

  • The likelihood of taking a leisure trip in the next 6 months has declined by more than 50% in past month
  • Travelers feel safest now in personal vehicles and least safe on cruises and international flights
  • Business travelers generally feel safer traveling than leisure travelers

Full report can be accessed here.

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