Poll Shows 55 Percent of Americans Will Not Take Summer Vacation

Merriam-Webster introduced into its dictionary the word, "staycation," meaning a vacation spent at home or nearby, just as the recession officially ended in 2009. Next to enter into the lexicon may be the word, "naycation." According to an annual survey by Marist Poll, a majority of U.S. adults, 55 percent, say they will not be booking a summer vacation this year. Only 18 percent said they will take several shorter weekend trips while 16 percent said they will take one or more long getaways....Full Story
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