The nation’s dwindling supply of rich folk still rank Las Vegas as a top destination.
That’s according to a survey by Ypartnership, a travel, leisure and entertainment marketing firm.
The survey asked 800 from households with annual incomes greater than $150,000 to identify destinations they would like to visit in the next two years.
Las Vegas tied with New York City with a 29 percent share of the vote. Maui followed at 26 percent, San Francisco at 25 percent was fourth and Honolulu rounded out the top five with 24 percent.