A survey of 1190 people found that slightly fewer people lost confidence in traveling after the November 13, 2015 attack in Paris. GO Group, LLC conducted the e-mailed survey.
Before November 13, 39 percent of the respondents said that they were traveling for leisure; the number fell to 35 percent after the Paris attacks. The survey revealed that 28 percent of the people had hoped to travel more for business in 2016 compared to their travel in 2015. After the Paris attacks, only 25 percent of the respondents had planned to travel more for business.
Thirty percent of the leisure travelers said that they would travel about the same about in 2016 as they did in 2015 before the Paris incident. That number actually increased to 38 percent after November 13th. The number remained the same at 30 percent for the people who compared their 2015 business travels to the amount of traveling they planned to do for business in 2016. They indicated that they would travel about the same for business in 2016 as they did in 2015 even after the terrorist attack.
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