A study found that the majority of Atlantic Canadians have not taken advantage of the Atlantic bubble since it was announced in July, with only two in ten residents, on average, reporting travel within the bubble.
Halifax-based Narrative Research conducted a survey with over 3,300 Atlantic Canadians on their perceptions of coronavirus-related behavior.
The survey found 20 per cent of Nova Scotians and 28 per cent of New Brunswickers have travelled within the Atlantic bubble, outside of their home province.
Newfoundland reported the lowest amount at seven per cent, while P.E.I took the lead at 38 per cent of respondents travelling within the bubble.
“Those who have traveled within the Atlantic bubble are more likely to be under the age of 55, and higher household income earners,” read the survey report.