Summer Vacation Survey Findings Released

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QuestionPro's Comprehensive study on summer vacation plans in the U.S. reveals consumer attitudes toward travel, expenditures, technology, activities and more.

QuestionPro, Inc. released the results of its 2014 Comprehensive Summer Travel Survey. The company surveyed Americans on their habits pertaining to summer travel and vacation stays. Over 72% of respondents surveyed said they are planning to or have already travelled this summer. Of those who are not travelling this summer, 76% cite rising costs as the main reason, with airfare and hotel topping the list as most expensive.

Other findings from the survey include:

  • A majority (42%) of respondents vacation about once a year, followed by 27% vacationing about once every 2 years;
  • As for travelling companions, over 48% plan to travel with the entire family (spouse and relatives), over 23% with just their significant other, and over 15% are going alone;
  • Automobiles are the most popular form of travel at 34%, followed closely by air at 32%

28% of respondents expect to spend more on gas than they did last year.

The full results of the survey can be viewed here:

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