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IGLTA release results of post-Covid-19 LGBTQ+ travel survey

June 19, 2020

Reports from the International LGBTQ+ Travel Association’s (IGLTA) recently completed post-Covid-19 Travel Survey, which gauged attitudes towards leisure travel in the face of the Covid-19 pandemic, are now available for free download here:

The reports reveal there is a strong desire to resume travel in 2020 once global timelines and safety protocols are established: two-thirds (66%) of global LGBTQ+ respondents said they would feel comfortable travelling again for leisure before the end of 2020, with September the most popular choice.

The survey was conducted between April 16 and May 12, 2020 through the IGLTA’s global network, including members and media partners, with support from the IGLTA Foundation.

The responses came from 14,658 individuals around the world who identity as LGBTQ+:

  • 77% of respondents identify as gay; 6% lesbian; 12% bisexual
  • 79% of respondents are between the ages of 25 and 64
  • 88% of respondents identify as men; 8% as women and 2% as transgender

For more information and to download for free, visit website here