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01:20  12 june  2019
01:20  12 june  2019 Source:   msn.com

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According to an Expedia survey , a quarter of Americans would spring for an In the recent survey by Expedia and Northstar, a consulting firm, more than 11,000 travelers from 22 countries across Asia Pacific Canadians are the least likely, and about a quarter of Americans would spring for the perk.

A new study from Expedia Media Solutions looked at key differences in habits and behaviors between American travelers and Canadian travelers . Americans are also more likely to have already decided on a destination than Canadians , and tend to stay within the country for their travels , with 82

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Could American travelers be more considerate and polite than their Canadian counterparts? That's what is suggested based on the findings of the latest Expedia etiquette survey, which gauges the biggest pet peeves among travelers every year.

According to the 2019 edition of their annual "Airplane and Hotel Etiquette Study," American travelers tend to extend more acts of kindness and perform more courtesies to fellow passengers compared to Canadians, who boast an international reputation for being among the friendliest people in the world.

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Are Americans less educated than Canadians ? So as a Canadian , walking down the streets of a US city, or perhaps just going through your day to day routines interacting with people, you will definitely come across way more stupid people than you are accustomed to back in Canada .

In the global survey, which polled more than 18,235 respondents across 23 countries, nearly half (42 percent) of Americans said they were willing to change seats and allow traveling companions to sit together versus 33 percent of Canadians.

Likewise, while 21 percent of Americans said they've helped entertain other people's children while traveling, that figure dips to 14 percent among Canadians.

Nearly half of American travelers also said they've helped a fellow passenger hoist their luggage in the overhead compartment, compared to just 41 percent globally.

Of the 23 countries polled across North America, Europe, South America and Asia-Pacific, the US emerged the least confrontational towards other passengers and flight crew: Nearly half (45 percent) of Americans said they believe the best way to address a seatback-kicker is to speak with them politely, while 16 percent said they would assume it's not intentional and say nothing.

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Multi-National Travel Trends. Travel is not a one-size-fits-all experience; traveler motivations vary This study, commissioned by Expedia Group Media Solutions and conducted by Northstar Research Americans , Canadians , and Australians are the most influenced by deals, while the biggest influence

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And while globally, nearly half of passengers would confront a greedy armrest hogger, only 35 percent of Americans said they would do the same.

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When it comes to the biggest pet peeve, American travelers named "The Germ Spreader" as the most annoying person on the airplane, bucking the global trend: the airplane drunkard.

Given the scenario of being seated next to a sniffling, coughing, and sneezy passenger, nearly half of American respondents said they would request a different seat; 40 percent would offer tissues and cough drops; while 31 percent would apply hand sanitizer throughout the flight.

The top five most annoying in-flight passengers for Americans are:

1. The germ spreader 2. The seatback kicker, bumper or grabber 3. The drunk passenger 4. The "aromatic" passenger 5. The inattentive parent    - Vacation rentals -

When it comes to vacation rentals, American travelers agreed that the following things are off limits:

1. Going through a host's personal items 2. Peeing in the pool 3. Wearing the host's clothes, shoes 4. Taking items from the rental (book, movie, towels, spices) 5. Inviting more people to stay without the host's permission

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