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U.S. travelers - trends in type of trips taken 2011-2012

The graph depicts the travel trends of U.S. travelers in 2011 and 2012. The survey participants were asked about what kind of travel trips they took in 2011 and what kind of trips they plan to take in 2012. 14 percent of the respondents went on a lake trip in 2011.

What kind of travel trip did you take in 2011 and plan to take in 2012?*

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Source

Release date

November 2011

Region

United States

Survey time period

2011

Number of respondents

more than 2,700

Supplementary notes

* The source does not provide detailed information regarding the questions and possible answers of the survey. The wording chosen here might therefore differ slightly from the wording of the survey.
** For example, visiting museums or historic sites.

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