They don't pack a lot of common sense.
New research reveals a shocking amount of Americans who have forgottentravel essentialsbefore their trip, and an amazing number of Americans who never come back before their trip became. A very important item.
OnePoll surveyed 2,000 Americans on behalf of DoorDash, with 39% forgetting more than 5 items each month, on average One found that he had to go home to retrieve four, a forgotten item during that same period,Talker reported.
Best of all, 31% of adults accidentally misplace their mobile devices at home, 28% forget water bottles and drinks, and 25% roll without deodorants, body lotions, cosmetics, etc.
Burned 21% forgot to pack sunscreen and 26% confessed that they would continue unoiled.
Mostly people Only 19% will get back the leftover items, so continue without essentials. If you cross multiple blocks, only 15% will go and 14% will never return.
According to a survey, only one in five of these forgotten Freddie can travel without a mobile phone.
Only 20% of respondents said they could manage without a phone, 30% left behind forgotten cosmetology products, and 26% kept pushing without sunscreen.
One-fifth of the respondents said they didn't even realize they had forgotten until they opened their suitcases on vacation.
The numbers show that learning about what's left behind can ruin your vacation. Approximately 56% said they were stressed trying to replace what they had forgotten while traveling, and 62% said they would ruin their relaxation when they had to replace or retrieve what they had forgotten.
One respondent said, "Not due to lack. It's a pleasure. " "In sunglasses," said the other two, "I had to eat a snack that confused [their] stomach."
Midwest and Northeast people experience this anxiety most, at 76% and 75%, respectively.
An estimated 59% said they needed some different items during the summer, 51% said they were too focused on other things, and 45% between tank tops and shorts. The season says that there are few pockets.
Many respondents allowed four different items to be packed in their pockets during the summer, but only 15% hold a line with one or two.
Also, 28% of men are 17% of women. understood. There is a tendency to "stop standing up to get something to relax".
Many people seem to have simple fun when it comes to relaxing during the summer. 41% drink water, 40% try new foods, 36% eat juice, another 36% eat fruit, and 35% eat ice cream and popsicles. Tipping in addition to 32% who prefer popcorn.
Others like to splurge during warm weather, 34% like to buy new beach towels, 33% get new toys for their kids.
This study also covered what is considered the best beachside essentials. Beach towels and cold drinks each topped at 38%, and sunscreen was just below at 36%.
These turned out to be the biggest beach essentials.
- Beach towels — 38%
- Cold drinks — 38%
- Sunscreen — 36%
- Comfortable chairs — 34%
- Umbrellas — 32%
- Sun hats — 32%
- Coolers — 31%
- Snacks — 30%
- Small fans — 26%
- Beach towels — 26%