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Smaller Gatherings and Less Travel This Christmas, But More Optimism for 2022, Finds Global Christmas Survey by TGM

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Warsaw, Poland, December 23, 2021 –(PR.com)– Almost two-thirds of respondents of a new international survey found video calls and small family gatherings are expected this Christmas, according to a global survey by TGM Research, a data and insights company. The survey garnered findings on questions about holiday plans and restrictions from COVID-19, holiday preparations and spending, travel plans, and optimism for 2022.

“The Christmas Global Survey 2021 shows that while optimism and the spirit of Christmas has returned the lingering impact of COVID-19 still remains. Those celebrating the Christmas and holiday season have severely reduced travel limited the size of gatherings and will continue to embrace video conference technology,” said Greg Laski, CEO at TGM Research.

“The 2020 pandemic and continued COVID restrictions pushed more respondents toward online shopping, late preparations, and hopeful optimism for 2022,” said…

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