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Alaska Visitor Arrivals Fall / Winter 2000 - 2001 State of Alaska Department of Community & Economic Development NuStats International, Inc. Klugherz & Associates Example of Findings 254,000 visitors in Fall/Winter 2000-01 216,000 visitors in Fall/Winter 1998-99

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Alaska Visitor ArrivalsFall / Winter 2000 - 2001

State of Alaska

Department of Community & Economic Development

NuStats International, Inc.

Klugherz & Associates


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Example of Findings

  • 254,000 visitors in Fall/Winter 2000-01

  • 216,000 visitors in Fall/Winter 1998-99

    • (Sources: secondary arrival count study)

Do these findings suggest that there was an 18 percent

increase in the number of visitors since 1998-99?

. . . . MAYBE

Context, Methodology, and Statistical Accuracy are important!


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Mode

Season Total

Cruise Ship

189

Domestic Air

691,537

Ferry

9,519

Highway – personal vehicle

46,347

Highway – motorcoach

1,319

International Air

9,538

Other

7,671

Total Arrivals

766,120

Total Arrivals (Residents & Visitors) Fall/Winter 2000-01


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Mode of Entry

1997-98

1998-99

2000-01

Cruise Ship

100

171

189

Domestic Air

528,441

551,934

679,742

Ferry

7,480

9,540

9,519

Highway – personal vehicle

36,109

32,840

35,061

Highway – motorcoach

518

935

840

International Air

9,178

11,144

9,538

Other

26,539

20,663

19,466

Total Arrivals

608,365

627,227

754,355

Trends in Total ArrivalsFall/Winter 2000-01



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Visitor ArrivalsFall/Winter 2000-01



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Trends in Visitor Arrivals(% of All Visitors)


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Trends in Visitor Type% of All Visitors (Fall/Winter)


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Length of Stay(Fall/Winter 2000-01)

Length of Visit

Percentage of All Visitors

40

7 days or less

29

8 – 14 days

22

15 – 30 days

More than 30 days

8

Don’t know or refused to answer

1

100

Total


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Age of Visitors(Fall/Winter 2000-01)

Age (years)

Percentage of All Visitors

20 and under

8

21-30

19

31-40

26

41-50

20

51-60

14

61 and over

14


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Visitor Employment Status(Fall/Winter 2000-01)

Employment Status

Percentage of All Visitors

Employed full-time

69

Employed part-time

6

Unemployed

1

Student

8

Retired

11

Other / Refused

6



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Percentage of All Visitors

No. of People in Party

76

One

19

Two

Three

3

Four

1

1

Five or more

Size of Traveling Party(Fall/Winter 2000-01)


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Gender of Visitors(Fall/Winter)


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Percentage of All Visitors

Annual Household Income

7

Under $25,000

15

$25,000 - $49,999

19

$50,000 - $74,999

15

$75,000 - $99,999

18

$100,000 and above

26

Other / Refused

Visitor Income Levels(Fall/Winter 2000-01)


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Most Common Non-BusinessActivity (Fall/Winter 2000-01)

  • Sightseeing (33% of responses)

  • Visit friends and family (18% of responses)

  • Fishing (4% of responses)

  • None or don’t know (35% of responses)



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Other Information in Report

  • Separate profiles for each visitor type (business only, VFR, etc.)

  • In each profile (for 1993-94 and 2000-01):

    • Mode of entry

    • Mode of exit

    • Independent / Inde-package / Package

    • Length of stay

    • Size of traveling party

    • Place of origin

    • Etc.


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Other Information in Report

  • Separate profile for domestic air arrivals

  • Copy of survey

  • Supporting data

  • Discussion on adjustments to data


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Report available at:

http://www.dced.state.ak.us/econdev/research.htm


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