Majority of Americans Plan to Spend Thanksgiving with People Outside Their Household

Majority of Americans Plan to Spend Thanksgiving with People Outside Their Household


The vast majority of Americans plan to spend the Thanksgiving holiday with individuals outside of their immediate household, an Ipsos/Axios survey released Tuesday found.

Overall, 67 percent of Americans plan to see people outside of their immediate household for Thanksgiving, regardless of the vaccination status of themselves or others, representing a shift from last year, as public health officials warned Americans against large gatherings.

This year, less than one-third view large gatherings as a moderate or large risk, indicating that concern over the Chinese coronavirus is waning, as that figure stood at 64 percent last year.

Per the poll:

Trending: “Sudden Deaths” Begin to Emerge in 5-11 Age Bracket After EUA Granted For Experimental COVID-19 Injections

Nearly one in three (30%) who plan to see friends or family from outside their household are seeing someone who is

Continue reading

You Might Like

 

Join the conversation!

Please share your thoughts about this article below. We value your opinions, and would love to see you add to the discussion!

Thanks for sharing!
Send this to a friend