大多数成年人因三角洲变异病毒而改变了他们的餐厅使用方式

2021-08-31 06:45  来源: 中餐通讯编

(全美餐馆同业會的顾客用餐意向调查结果摘要 - 2021年8月 )

为了评估冠状病毒大流行的持续经济影响,2021年8月13-15日全美餐馆同业會(National Restaurant Association) 的民意调查研究小组对1000名18岁及以上的美国成年人进行了一次在线调查。本报告包含该调查的结果。

餐厅外就餐的人们

每10个成年人中就有6个因为三角洲变异病毒而改变了他们的餐厅使用方式

根据Engine公司8月13-15日为全美餐馆同业协会(NRA)进行的一项全国性调查,由于Delta变异病毒导致的染病率的增加而影响了大多数美国消费者的餐馆使用。

  • 9%的成年人在最近几周取消了现有的外出就餐计划,而19%的人说他们完全停止了外出就餐。

  • 37%的成年人说他们叫了外卖或外送,而不是去餐厅,19%的人说他们去餐厅时选择坐在外面而不是里面。

  • 41%的成年人说他们在最近几周没有采取这四种行动中的任何一种。婴儿潮一代和共和党人最有可能说他们没有采取任何这些行动,因为冠状病毒病例的增加。


如果要求戴口罩在室内就餐,三分之一的成年人会减少外出就餐的可能性

  • 32%的成年人说,如果规定所有顾客必须戴口罩在他们所在地区的餐馆内就餐,他们将不太可能外出就餐。25%的成年人说这一要求会使他们更有可能外出就餐,而43%的成年人说这对他们外出就餐的决定没有影响。

  • Z世代的成年人和民主党人最有可能说面具要求会使他们更有可能去餐馆吃饭。

  • 共和党人、X一代和农村居民最有可能说面具要求会使他们不太可能去餐馆。


如果在餐馆室内就餐必须提供疫苗证明,三分之一的成年人将不太可能去餐馆就餐

  • 32%的成年人说,如果要求所有顾客必须出示COVID-19疫苗的证明才能在他们所在地区的餐馆内就餐,那么他们将不太可能外出就餐。33%的成年人说这一要求会使他们更有可能外出就餐,而35%的人说这对他们外出就餐的决定没有影响。

  • (绝大部分的)民主党人、Z世代的年轻人和高收入家庭的人最有可能说疫苗证明的要求会使他们更有可能去餐馆吃饭。

  • (绝大部分的)共和党人、独立人士、X一世代成年人和农村居民最有可能说疫苗证明的要求会使他们不太可能去餐馆。


Majorityof Adults Changed Their Restaurant Usage as a Result of the Delta Variant

Summary of Survey Results –August 2021

Toassess the ongoing economic impact of the coronavirus pandemic, the NationalRestaurant Association  Research Groupconducted an online survey of 1,000 U.S. adults age 18 and older conducted byEngine, Aug. 13- 15, 2021. This report contains the findings of the survey.

Six in 10 adults changed their restaurant usage as aresult of the delta variant

• Theincrease in coronavirus cases due to the delta variant impacted restaurantusage for a majority of U.S.  consumers,according to a nationwide survey conducted August 13-15 for the NationalRestaurant  Association by Engine.  

o Nine percent of adults cancelledexisting plans to go out to a restaurant in recent weeks, while  19% say they completely stopped going out torestaurants.

o Thirty-seven percent of adults saythey ordered takeout or delivery instead of going out to a  restaurant, while 19% say they chose to sitoutside instead of inside when going out to a restaurant.

• Forty-one percent of adultssay they didn’t take any of the four actions in recent weeks. Baby boomers  and Republicans were the most likely to saythat they didn’t take any of those actions as a result of the  increase in coronavirus cases.


One in three adults would be less likely to go out to arestaurant if masks are required to dine inside

• Thirty-twopercent of adults say they would be less likely to go out to a restaurant ifthere was a  requirement that allcustomers had to wear a mask to dine inside at restaurants in their area.Twenty-five  percent of adults say thisrequirement would make them more likely to go out to a restaurant, while43%  say it would have no impact on theirdecision to go out to a restaurant.  

• Gen Zadults and Democrats were the most likely to say a mask requirement would makethem more  likely to go out to a restaurant.

• Republicans,Gen Xers and rural residents were the most likely to say a mask requirementwould make  them less likely to go out toa restaurant.


One in three adults would be less likely to go out to arestaurant if proof of vaccine is required to dine inside

• Thirty-twopercent of adults say they would be less likely to go out to a restaurant ifthere was a  requirement that allcustomers had to show proof of COVID-19 vaccine to dine inside at restaurantsin  their area. Thirty-three percent ofadults say this requirement would make them more likely to go out to a  restaurant, while 35% say it would have noimpact on their decision to go out to a restaurant.  

• Democrats,Gen Z adults and individuals in higher income households were the most likelyto say a proof-of-vaccine requirement would make them more likely to go out to arestaurant.

• Republicans,Independents, Gen Xers and rural residents were the most likely to say aproof-of-vaccine  requirement would makethem less likely to go out to a restaurant.

https://restaurant.org/downloads/pdfs/business/consumer-sentiment-mask-vaccine-requirements


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