Canadians are a bit more keen to head down south.
While the past year has made it difficult for those who love to travel between the U.S. and Canada, it seems that some people aren't ever planning to cross that border again.
According to a recent study by Leger, 24% of surveyed Americans say that they'll never feel comfortable travelling to Canada after the pandemic.
On the opposite end of that journey, 19% of Canadians say they would never be keen to go to the U.S. again. But, when it comes to those who would be willing to hop over the border, 16% of Americans and 7% of Canadians say they'd travel to the other country right now, in May or June.
The majority of respondents said that they'd feel comfortable with the trip next year in 2022, with 57% of Canadians saying they'd go to the U.S. next year and 32% of Americans saying they'd go to Canada.
The survey took place from May 7, 2021, to May 9, 2021, and collected data from 1,529 Canadians and 1,003 Americans.
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