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Travel is again popular, and most Americans are already taking their first holiday. Sadly, a recent survey reveals several individuals left their etiquette home!

People are becoming hostile as traveling returns 

A recent survey of more than 1,000 Americans (45%) said that people on the road are hostile and much less self-aware presently compared to 2020. According to the poll, an astounding 94% of respondents believe it is acceptable to carry unpleasant food onto an airline, which should serve as ample proof that individuals aren’t thinking about their fellow passengers.

Although nine in ten people say it is a no for someone to take socks when traveling, 59% don’t have an issue with putting on Pajamas while flying. 

Additionally, two out of every three passengers believe it is acceptable to strike up a discussion with the person sitting adjacent to them during a flight, so traveling with family or friends may be a smart option. Only 35% of people say this is a bothersome habit.

According to the report, the majority of Americans still consider their neighbors when stretching out in reclining aircraft seats. Only 38% of respondents to the Potawatomi Hotel & Casino-commissioned poll believe it is acceptable to tilt their chair on a lengthy journey of over four hours. Around  52% of respondents think it’s acceptable, provided they first inquire with the individual behind them. Fewer people (35%) believe that reclining on a short trip is acceptable. However, 15% feel that it is entirely unacceptable. 

More people are back to traveling this summer 

The number of Americans vacationing abroad this summer will increase despite how impolite they have been throughout the outbreak. According to the poll, 62% of respondents intend to travel throughout the summer of 2022. About 72% have so far traveled or want to do so before the year is over.

Almost 42% of travels will barely last for a weekend, and approximately half (48%) shall be domestic. Four percent of people take cruises, and only 14 percent go abroad.