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Poll Results: Which major industry meeting do you expect to be held in-person in 2021?

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See our latest poll results

Optometry Times® polled our audience with the following question from January 8, 2020 to January 22, 2021:​ ​Which major industry meeting do you expect to be held in-person in 2021?

The poll appeared on optometrytimes.com and was promoted on various social media channels. Results show a majority of responding ODs' expect the American Academy of Optometry meeting to be held in-person in 2021.

8 ODs responded, in total. Of these:

• 0 chose Association of Research and Vision in Optometry

• 0 chose American Optometric Association

• 1 chose Vision Expo West

• 4 chose American Academy of Optometry

• 3 chose Southeastern Conference of Optometry

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