No-Vacation Nation: Understanding Americans Who Don’t Travel for Leisure
While travel and tourism rank on a par with other spending categories, not all Americans put leisure travel at the top of their wish list. In 2016, one third of U.S. adults did not take a vacation. This Spotlight, part of the U.S. Consumer Travel Report Ninth Edition series, explores the segment of the U.S. population that does not travel for leisure, including their reasons for staying home and significant differences across age, income and other demographics.
Also in this series:
- U.S. Leisure Travel: Core Consumer Metrics ($495)
- U.S. Leisure Travel: Inspiration and Destinations ($495)
- U.S. Leisure Travel: Shopping and Booking ($495)
- Travel Product Consumption ($495)
- U.S. Leisure Traveler: Loyalty ($495)
- Upscale Hotel Guests and High Income Travelers: Who Are They? ($495)
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