How to get married at the weekend
You can’t count the number of wedding planning holidays that don’t get the same amount of attention as the big ones, but this one seems to be gaining more steam.
Last week, The Next Week reported that a new poll found that just over half of American adults surveyed believe that wedding planning for the 2020 Summer Olympics is too late.
But now a new study out of the University of Toronto says that people’s perceptions are changing.
In a new survey, a majority of American respondents say that the summer Olympics could be held in 2019 or 2020, compared to just 35 percent in 2012.
The study’s findings suggest that the Olympics could actually be held earlier, and that Americans have become more positive about the idea of an Olympic Games in 2020.
The researchers surveyed more than 8,000 American adults online, and found that a significant majority of respondents said that they’re more likely to see the 2024 Summer Olympics as being held in 2021 than 2019.
This was despite the fact that the majority of Americans polled had already heard about the 2024 Olympics being held at some point in the 2020s, and the majority said that 2024 would have been the most suitable time for the Games to be held.
“We found that Americans were increasingly optimistic about the 2020 Olympics being staged,” said the study’s co-author, Andrew Hsieh, a professor of public policy at the University at Buffalo.
“When we asked people about the future of their future, they were increasingly willing to say they’d rather see it take place in 2020 than 2021, while just 28 percent of respondents felt they’d prefer 2021.”
According to the researchers, the 2018 Summer Olympics was the most popular time to be a part of the 2020 Games, with an average of 63 percent of Americans planning to attend in 2020, and only 28 percent planning to hold the Summer Games in 2021.
But the 2016 Summer Olympics had a similar response to the 2020 situation, with just 38 percent planning on attending in 2021, and just 21 percent planning for 2021.
And the 2017 Summer Olympics, the first in over a decade to not be held at the same time as the 2020 Winter Games, had the lowest numbers of participants, with only 21 percent of those planning to participate in 2020 and just 11 percent planning 2021.
So while the majority is still optimistic about holding the Summer Olympics in 2020 in the US, the majority are more open to the idea.
This could be a sign that the 2020 Olympic Games are being held more frequently now, with the 2020 games taking on a larger and larger presence in the public consciousness.
But Hsiehr argues that this is a temporary change in sentiment.
“The reason people are more willing to see 2024 as being more important is because the 2020 Sochi Games were not held at all in 2020,” he said.
“It was postponed.
And people are saying, well, it’s a little early, so why bother?”