Results for - I've never been there!

1,868 voters participated in this survey
In 1988 I traveled around the United States for about 30 days. I learned that just because

1. In 1988 I traveled around the United States for about 30 days. I learned that just because "you live there" does not mean you have partaken in the "hot" places to go and things to see. For example, I met people in Washington D.C. who had never been to the White House and people in New Orleans who had never taken a river cruise. Then on my way back to L.A., I sat near people going to L.A. as well, but to visit. They started asking me what certain places were like. Most of them I had never visited. Are there well-known places in your area that you have never been to, that others might assume you had?

Yes
47%
877 votes
No
33%
616 votes
Undecided
20%
375 votes
If you travel or not, do you assume, that most local people have seen the sites? (Like people in France and the Eiffel Tower)

2. If you travel or not, do you assume, that most local people have seen the sites? (Like people in France and the Eiffel Tower)

Mostly, yes
36%
671 votes
Not sure
17%
315 votes
Depends on the site
27%
499 votes
No
21%
383 votes

3. I have heard of people who traveled to L.A. only to see murder sites, like Nicole Brown's condo and where the Charles Manson murders took place. Have you ever visited a site where a famous crime happened?

Yes
13%
244 votes
No
87%
1,624 votes

4. Do you find it creepy or morbid to want to see the places in question 3?

Yes
33%
621 votes
Somewhat
31%
586 votes
No
35%
661 votes

5. You can visit Ford theatre where Abe Lincoln was assassinated, do you find this any different from question 3?

Yes
8%
152 votes
Yes, because Abraham Lincoln was the 16th president
21%
395 votes
Not sure
22%
404 votes
No
49%
917 votes
01/29/2016 Travel 1868 30 By: ptajuggalette

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