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Support for international tourism rebounds in New Zealand, according to survey

Support for international tourism rebounds in New Zealand, according to survey

A new survey by Angus & Associates shows that support for international tourism in New Zealand has rebounded, with a rating of net positive 44, t

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A new survey by Angus & Associates shows that support for international tourism in New Zealand has rebounded, with a rating of net positive 44, the highest since the survey began in 2018. The research suggested support was driven by communities benefiting from the return of visitors and avoiding issues associated with high visitor numbers, he said. The border closure had also impacted attitudes, with Kiwis now more aware of the benefits that tourism activity in their community can deliver because they have seen what is lost when there are no international visitors. However, the negative sentiments towards international tourism include a reduced sense of belonging in communities and pressure on community infrastructure.

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