44% of Americans will attend fewer events when COVID-19 ends

An overview of expected consumer attendance of large public events in the United States after the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak ends.

Over two-fifths (44%) of Americans say they will attend fewer large public events after the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak ends, according to research at the end of March by sports and event research firm Performance Research.

A similar number said their attendance will remain the same (38%), while just one-fifth (18%) said they will attend more large public events.

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