Majority of Scots call for pause on regulations that could harm Scottish tourism recovery.
Scottish people believe that tourism will be critical to the country’s post-Covid recovery and are calling on the Government to pause new laws that could damage the industry, new research has found.
Polling conducted by ORB International for Airbnb found that 91% of Scots feel that tourism will be central to Scotland’s recovery from the pandemic, and 67% called on the Government to focus on policies that will boost the sector in the wake of the pandemic, which has brought the sector to its knees.
Fieldwork was carried out online among a representative sample of 1,210 adults aged 18+ living in Scotland in December 2020.
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