Chinese travelers back in March showed pent up desire to get back to exploring the U.S. in spite of strained relations between the two countries and a perception of America as unsafe from a pandemic perspective.
Six months later, 87% of Chinese consumers still rank the U.S. as the most unsafe country to visit among a list of top 13 destinations, according to the latest China Traveler Sentiment Report from research firm Dragon Trail, shared exclusively with Skift ahead of its release next week.
Several other destinations have also significantly dropped in ranking in terms of negative perception, including Japan, UK and Canada. Singapore and Hong Kong, however, are seen as among the safest.
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