Traveler Survey Finds an RV Preference

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Generali Global Assistance (GGA) released findings regarding its Holiday/2021 Travel Sentiment Survey, which surveys U.S. travelers on their upcoming travel preferences and plans.

Within the survey, findings showed that all participants indicated plans to travel in the next 18 months. Those traveling in 2020 suggested 85.1 percent plan to travel for leisure, while 24.6 percent said they would be traveling for business.

In 2021, survey participants showed 90 percent plan to leisure travel and 17.5 percent will travel for business. Travelers with spring or summer plans tallied in at 78.5 percent.

Regarding accommodations, 7.4 percent of respondents stated they would stay in an RV.

“The average person’s willingness to travel is increasing and while there’s still plenty of pandemic related uncertainty, according to our Holiday/2021 Travel Sentiment Survey, most Americans are planning to travel domestically during the upcoming holiday season,” GGA CEO Chris Carnicelli stated. “…Consumers’ demands around travel will continue to change in the wake of the pandemic and our team is consistently looking for ways to enhance our offerings in response.”

The Holiday/2021 Travel Sentiment Survey collected information from 1,138 U.S. travelers between Oct. 26 and Nov. 5.

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