Leisure travel is back on the rise and Americans are less worried about the financial consequences of a vacation.

This is according to MMGY Global’s survey of 2,324 people that found two-thirds of American adults plan to take at least one vacation in the next six months.

Although this is essentially unchanged from the 70 percent of Americans planning a trip at the same point in 2013, it is several percentage points better than numbers recorded over the past seven years.

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Even more indicative of the improving travel landscape is consumers’ rising confidence in job security and managing travel costs.

Of the 14 factors that have the potential to hurt demand for leisure travel, all experienced a double-digit decline over the past year.

For example, respondents were 12 percent less likely to worry about job loss, 17 percent less likely to worry about the rising cost of health care and 13 less likely to worry about the cost of eating out.

Finacial Factor% 2013% 2014Change
Expectation of Job Loss5240-12
Price of Air Travel5438-16
Price of Gas5238-14
Credit Card Debt5338-15
Price of Cruises4837-11
Expectation of Salary Drop5236-16
Cost of Eldery Parent Care4434-10
Cost of Healthcare5033-17
Cost of Theme Parks4633-13
Value of Investment Portfolio4233-9
Declining Value of Dollar4730-17
Stock Market Volatity4231-11
Price of Lodging4328-15
Price of Dining Out3926-13
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