Forty-seven percent of Americans say they've either canceled or pared back their summer vacation plans this summer due to surging gas prices and another 20% said rising air fares have forced them to modify their travel itineraries to save money.
The RBC Consumer Outlook Index for May fell to 42.9, down 1.9 points from April's 44.8 score.
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