Here’s When Everyone’s Traveling for Christmas
SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA - MARCH 26: An aerial view from a drone shows an empty Interstate 280 on March 26, 2020 leading into San Francisco, California. With millions of San Francisco Bay Area residents under order to shelter in place due to the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak, few cars are on the roads. (Photo by Justin Sullivan/Getty Images)

Are you planning on traveling somewhere for Christmas, you probably won’t leave until the 23rd at the earliest.  That’s what a new survey found at least.  53% of Americans say they plan to travel ahead of Christmas this year,

and two-thirds will hit the road within two days of Christmas itself.

December 23rd, 24th, and the 25th are all tied for the most popular day to travel this year.  66% of people who are going somewhere will travel on one of those three days, including 22% who are traveling ON Christmas.  Most of those people are driving.

Another 9% are traveling on the 22nd, and 20% are traveling on the 21st, or earlier.  (The other 6% said they still weren’t sure when they’d travel.  But the survey was conducted last month, so most have probably figured it out by now.

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