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Italy: propensity to visit quake-stricken areas in 2017, by macro-region

This statistic illustrates Italians' propensity to go on holiday in the quake-stricken areas in central Italy in 2017, broken down by macro-region. According to the survey results, the majority of people who are willing to visit the quake-stricken areas are from Southern or Central Italy (42 percent combined). By contrast, only 8 percent of people who are definitely or probably going on holiday there are from the North East.

Share of Italians who are willing to visit the quake-stricken areas in central Italy in summer 2017, by macro-region

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Release date

July 2017

Region

Italy

Survey time period

2017

Number of respondents

800 respondents

Age group

18 years and older

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