Do women feel safe when travelling for work?

In a recent partnership with the World Travel Protection, Opinium studied 2,000 business travellers in Australia, Canada, the US and the UK, to reveal that women travelling for work are more likely to take safety measures than men.

The study found that 31% of women said they do not travel or go out alone at night, compared to 18 per cent of men.

Furthermore, 46% of female travellers always stay in close contact with family and friends so their whereabouts are known, compared to 36 per cent of men.

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