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This survey is conducted in collaboration with the Association for Canadian Studies (ACS) and published in the Canadian Press.
2021 Holiday Celebrations
- When it comes to the 2021 holiday season:
- 26% of Canadians and 30% of Americans plan to go back to the holiday celebrations they would have had pre-COVID-19
- 37% of Canadians and 26% of Americans plan to celebrate more than last year with friends and family, but not as much as pre-COVID-19
- 27% of Canadians and 28% of Americans do not plan to celebrate any more than last year
- When thinking about planning their holiday celebrations, Americans are more likely than Canadians to say they would:
- Invite a family member/friend into their home if they knew that person was not vaccinated (35% of Canadians, 54% of Americans)
- Accept a family member/friend’s invitation to a party if they knew unvaccinated people would be present (32% of Canadians, 47% of Americans)
- 45% of Canadians and 50% of Americans plan to let go of social distancing during their holiday gatherings and greet others with a handshake, hug or kiss.
This web survey was conducted from November 19 to November 21, 2021 with 1,547 Canadians and 1,001 Americans, 18 years of age or older, randomly recruited from LEO’s online panel.
To view the November 23, 2021 report, CLICK HERE.
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