Entries by Destination Analysts

Update on American Travel in the Period of Coronavirus—Week of June 8th

More Americans feel ready to travel and are exhibiting strong conviction about their upcoming travel plans, although safety remains an integral part of their trip decision-making process.     IMPORTANT: These findings are brought to you from our independent research, which is not sponsored, conducted or influenced by any advertising or marketing agency. Every week […]

Update on Coronavirus’ Impact on American Travel—Week of May 11th

Americans’ caution-led feelings and plans for travel for the remainder of the year highlight the challenge travel providers face in devising their near-term strategies. But seeing your travel destination advertising online can inspire joy.     IMPORTANT: These findings are brought to you from our independent research, which is not sponsored, conducted or influenced by […]

Nature-Based Destinations and the Future of Travel

Destination Analysts was honored to have our ongoing Coronavirus Travel Sentiment Index research featured in The New York Times’ critical look at the future of travel, as “the outbreak will undoubtedly change how we think, act and travel, at least in the short term.” Following are the findings that spotlight the article’s exploration of travelers’ […]

Travelers Send the Travel Industry Thanks, Wishes of Safety & Strength During National Travel & Tourism Week

  In honor of #NTTW20, we asked the 1,200 travelers we surveyed May 1st-3rd as part of our ongoing Coronavirus Travel Sentiment Index Study to share some words of wisdom and encouragement to the travel industry. Here are some of the heart warming highlights. Our favorite quotes: “Just keep people dreaming about their next trip!” […]

Despite Missing Travel Themselves, Many Americans Don’t Want Visitors in Their Own Communities Yet

The data and findings cited below come from Destination Analysts’ Coronavirus Travel Sentiment Index, a weekly survey of 1,200 American travelers that we have conducted since March 15th, 2020. These findings are from the survey conducted April 24th-26th, 2020.   Although nearly two-thirds of American travelers say they miss travel and “can’t wait to get […]