Wildlife and vistas from the deck of a cruise
Which wildlife floats your boat?
By TTM on 27 September 2010 in News
It seems we are animal and nature lovers even when far from home, and a new survey from YouGov reveals the animals and natural phenomenon we would most like to see while cruising the ocean waves.
The frozen seas and their largest predators were more popular amongst younger audiences. The excitement of seeing polar bears was more popular for younger voters with 32% of 18-24 year olds voting for them, compared to 19% and 20% of the 45-54 and 55+ age groups respectively.
Equally seeing icebergs was more popular amongst a younger audience with almost twice as many younger voters than older voters wanting see these stunning phenomena (14% of 18-24s versus 8% of the 55+ group).
Conversely the calmer beauty of dolphins was voted more highly by older age brackets, with highest vote of 27% of 55+ year olds compared to 19% in the 18-24 year old group.
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