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        StatementEnglish Tourist Board
        PublishersEnglish Tourist Board
        LC Classifications1985
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        Paginationxvi, 111 p. :
        Number of Pages77
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        ISBN 10nodata

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Fieldwork resumed in April 2021 and we anticipate being in a position to commence the delivery of Q2 2021 summary data at some stage during Q3 2021 barring any unforeseen circumstances. The datasets presented for 2019, and for 2009 to 2019, contain estimates produced using the new method.

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The response rates for the air, sea and the Channel Tunnel samples are shown in Table 1. Also UK residents travelling abroad, their reasons for travel and the amount of money they spent. Tablet data collection was phased in gradually from September 2017 to April 2018.

The overall response rate in 2018 was 74. But millions have no idea that the ingredients in many supermarket items — such as tea bags and mayonnaise — are often sourced outside of the country.

GB Tourism Survey: 2019 overview

4 millionManchester 1. the quality of the output including the accuracy of the data The estimates contained in Travel trends as well as our other are subject to sampling errors, which are driven by the fact that IPS is a survey. More than half of visits to the UK included a trip to London. This aids interpretation by identifying seasonal patterns and calendar effects and removing them from the unadjusted data.