Myrtle Beach, NJ—Summer vacations can be great for the mind, but a new study shows that many of the city’s attractions are still out of reach for many Americans.
The study by the Atlantic Council shows that a quarter of American adults, and 16 percent of adults in the U.S. 25-54, do not have access to a summer vacation at some point in their lives.
The Atlantic Council surveyed 2,600 adults across the U, as well as adults living in other countries, to see how they were planning their summer vacations.
The results showed that the majority of Americans, 57 percent, did not have a summer destination in mind when they chose where to spend their summer.
This is a big change from prior years, when the Atlantic found that 56 percent of Americans did not plan on having a summer holiday at all.
The survey also found that many Americans did plan on vacationing in other parts of the country, like Canada, the U-S-Canada, Mexico, the Bahamas, Bermuda, the Turks and Caicos Islands, and Hawaii.
The most popular summer destinations were Bermuda and Hawaii, with a combined population of nearly 7.3 million people.
According to the survey, most Americans surveyed do not plan to spend more than $100,000 on a vacation, but they are willing to spend up to $200,000.
However, only 13 percent of the adults surveyed have visited more than one country in the past year.
This number is down from last year, when only 18 percent of people said they had visited more countries in the last year.
While most Americans have a plan, it is often not financially feasible to travel to more destinations.
A survey from the Pew Research Center found that just over a quarter (26 percent) of Americans said they would consider spending more money on a trip to Europe or North America if it meant they could have a cheaper vacation.
Nearly one-third (32 percent) said they were willing to give up the idea of spending less money to travel more.
The report also found a growing trend toward the travel and shopping industries.
More than one-quarter (26%) of Americans are planning on traveling to at least one shopping center or mall in the next year, up from 22 percent in 2016.
Another 36 percent are planning to go shopping at least once in their lifetime, up 11 percentage points from last years survey.
In addition, the Atlantic reports that the U.-S-Canadian population grew by 1.4 million people, the largest population increase in U.K. history.
In Canada, there are now almost 4 million Canadians living in the United States, with the total population of the two countries at more than 50 million.
This growth is largely driven by immigration, which saw an increase of 726,000 from the previous year.
The most popular destinations for Americans were Bermuda (2.9 percent), New York (2 percent), and Hawaii (2%).
The Atlantic reports the most popular vacation destination in the Bahamas was a beach resort in the resort island of Bonaire, with 2.6 percent of respondents planning on visiting it.
The study also found the number of people planning to travel in the coming year will be higher than it was in 2016, with 9.4 percent of all Americans planning to plan on traveling in 2018 compared to 9.3 percent in 2015.