New Survey: 36% Of Americans Afraid To Fly Internationally
TheStreet Finds That Political Turmoil Overseas Has People Spooked
NEW YORK, July 31, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Recent events have prompted some people to grow fearful of international flying. A new poll, conducted for TheStreet (NASDAQ: TST) by GfK1, shows that more than one third of Americans agree that recent political turmoil has made them afraid to fly internationally.
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TheStreet regularly works with GfK Omnitel to conduct custom surveys about a range of financial topics. Data is reported on by our editorial team and compiled into infographics, with topics including college savings, marijuana legalization, leading economic powers, financial resolutions and online/mobile shopping.