Going on summer vacation?
If you aren’t, you’re not alone!
A new survey claims 26% of Americans aren’t planning any getaways this summer.
22% of those surveyed said they’re still deciding.
Analysts surveyed more than 2,500 adults nationwide for the poll.
Most Americans cited affordability as the major reason why they were skipping summer vacation (60%).
44% of people cited day-to-day bills while 22% said paying debt was the reason.
Here’s the breakdown of reasons why some Americans aren’t taking a vacation this summer:
1. Can’t afford it (60%)
2. Can’t take time off work (9%)
3. Family obligations (13%)
4. Health/age (15%)
5. Other (5%)
6. Vacationing another time (6%)
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