Half of the respondents plan to return home, while 23 percent will travel thousands of kilometers

2022-05-30 0 By

Rednet Moment January 28 – (Reporter Yang Shuhua) The Year of the Tiger Spring Festival is approaching. Despite the impact of the epidemic, going home for the Spring Festival is still a hot topic.On January 28, the company released a report on returning home during the Spring Festival in the Year of the Tiger, based on user research.According to the report, 53 percent of users plan to return home for the Spring Festival, leaving three days before New Year’s Eve, and 23 percent travel thousands of kilometers to get home.In terms of the means of transportation for returning home, 80% of the drivers choose to drive by themselves, and their spouses and children are the main drivers. The post-1980s generation has become the group that chooses the “old, middle and young” generation to return home together the most.At the same time, returning to the hometown to promote the two-way circulation of local products and hometown, “home with wine, leaving with meat” is the habit of many people.The report also surveyed users’ attitudes toward self-driven neVs returning to their hometowns, with nearly 62 percent of respondents saying they would not give priority to neVs.Among them, endurance and charging are the biggest concerns of long-distance self-driving new energy, 74% of users hope to charge less than 30 minutes during the journey.More than half of the users plan to return to their hometowns during the Spring Festival, and they will go home three days before the New Year’s Eve. The epidemic situation in many places has added uncertainty to returning home during the Spring Festival. On the premise of observing local epidemic prevention policies and taking good personal protection, many people choose to return home for the Spring Festival.A total of 3,202 valid samples were collected in the Report on Returning home for the Spring Festival in the Year of the Tiger, with 53% of users choosing to go home, 14% not sure and 10% not going home.Another 1% said they would go out for fun instead of working or returning to their hometown.In terms of returning home dates, more than half of users said they will leave three days before New Year’s Eve, nearly 7 percent will travel on New Year’s Eve, and 25 percent will return home after the Spring Festival begins.Returning home is not easy.Nearly 30 percent of users travel less than 200 kilometers to their hometowns, while 23 percent travel thousands of kilometers, according to the report.Among them, Shandong, Henan, Guangdong and Hunan provinces have become the most popular destinations.When choosing the means of transportation, 83% of people who know how to drive will drive themselves to their hometowns. Volkswagen, Geely, Toyota and Changan are the most used automobile brands.With the rise of independent brands, half of the top 10 self-driving brands are domestic. Some interviewees said that domestic cars will continue to be popular in 2021. “Wait in line to pick up the car before the New Year, and then drive home after picking up the car”.In the survey, many people put down roots in other places and return home with their families during the Spring Festival.The most frequent travelers were their spouses, children, parents, and 32 percent went home alone.In terms of age distribution, the post-80s generation has become the group that chooses “old, middle and young” three generations to return home together the most, which is worthy of the name of family backbone.Although the popularity of e-commerce express delivery makes many Spring Festival goods arrive home earlier than people, “left and right” is the normal way for many people to go home.According to the report, returning home during the Spring Festival promotes a “two-way flow” between local products and local products, with many people bringing local products with them and bringing the flavor of their hometown with them when they leave.According to the statistics of home and away from home, “home with wine and away from home with meat” is the choice of many people.In addition to luggage, food and other travel necessities, they often bring local specialties, cigarettes and alcohol when they go home.When leaving home, they will bring all kinds of meat, snacks, vegetables, etc.From the data point of view, what users take away from home is also very regional.For example, hunan users choose bacon, hot sauce more, Shaanxi users like persimmon, zhen cake, Yunnan people love zongzi, ham, shandong people prefer to take all kinds of vegetables, da Bobo and so on.In addition, many people will “take more” when they return home, and “take less” when they leave.A user who wants to drive back to Shijiazhuang from Langfang said that every Spring Festival, the trunk is “full and tightly closed”, with Spring Festival couplets, clothes for the elderly, toys for children, cigarettes, alcohol, sugar and tea, meat and seafood, and gift boxes for visiting.And when leaving home, he will bring less fresh goods, such as cabbage, garlic, green onion, soybean, must bring is “mother made pancake”.In 2021, China’s new energy vehicle market will break out, and it is expected to maintain rapid growth in 2022, with annual sales reaching 5 million.The report investigated users’ attitudes towards driving new energy to their hometowns.Data showed that many users are cautious about new energy due to concerns about battery life and charging, as returning home during the Spring Festival is often faced with low temperature and long distance driving. Nearly 62 percent of respondents said they would not consider such a way of returning home.According to the previous winter test of new energy vehicles conducted by KEChedi, under the extreme environment of -20℃, many models can actually reach 300KM, and can drive from Beijing to Shijiazhuang in one go.But in terms of the range users trust, 67 percent of respondents said they would give priority to new energy only when the actual range reaches 600 kilometers or more.In addition, long-distance self-driving new energy vehicle midway charging is a problem that has to be considered.According to the report, nearly 95 percent of users believe charging must be done within an hour.Among them, 41 percent of users expect the charging problem to be solved in 15-30 minutes, while 33 percent think it should be completed in less than 15 minutes.