More Than Half Of Canadians Say They're Not Comfortable Visiting The US Until 2022

But more Americans say they are keen to head to Canada.

On Saturday, May 15, Leger released a survey that explored the summer 2021 travel plans of both Canadians and Americans.

According to the findings, 31% of Canadians and 41% of Americans surveyed did say that they are likely to take a vacation this summer. Of these Canadians, 63% said they would take small day trips around where they live. Meanwhile, of the Americans who said they are likely to travel in the coming months, 57% said they would leave their states for a summer vacation.*

When it comes to travel between the two countries, it seems that people from the U.S. would be more comfortable crossing the border this summer.

In fact, 57% of Canadians said that they wouldn't feel comfortable going to the U.S. until 2022. In comparison, only 32% of Americans said that they wouldn't feel OK going to Canada until 2022.

This data was collected from May 7 to May 9, 2021, and 1,529 Canadians and 1,003 Americans were surveyed.

*This article has been updated.

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