By Chris Reiter NEW YORK, May 25 (Reuters) - High gasoline prices and economic worries are causing Americans to plan shorter trips closer to home this summer, according to a poll released on Friday. Amid record gas prices and a slumping housing market, 37 percent of Americans do not plan to take vacations during the summer months, and 35 percent plan weekend trips rather than a long getaway, according to a WNBC/Marist College survey of 1,003 adults across the United States. "Gas prices ...
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