Survey: People more likely to stay at hotel than with relatives during holidays

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So much for family time this holiday season.

It turns out, most people prefer to put a limit on togetherness.

A survey says about 58 percent of Americans plan to travel within the U.S. over the holidays. One in 10 planned to travel abroad.

About 43 percent of Americans prefer staying at a hotel rather than at a family member’s house.

About 54 percent of Americans prefer that relatives who are visiting book hotel rooms rather than stay at their homes.

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