Americans Have Already Started Planning Their Thanksgiving Dinners, Survey Finds
“Virtual” Thanksgiving dinners may be here to stay.
A survey of 2,004 Americans who celebrate Turkey Day explored how people are looking to spend the upcoming holiday and found more than half (57%) will still rely on celebrations through video calls in light of the ever-changing health guidelines due to the COVID pandemic.
Though last year’s restrictions got in the way of usual celebrations for 62% of those polled, two-thirds of people are hopeful that this year’s Thanksgiving will look more like a typical year.
The poll, which was carried out by OnePoll on behalf of Jennie-O, also found 57% of people are making their Thanksgiving plans earlier than usual.