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Chart from YouGov.

Chart of the day: Tourism top of mind of S’poreans to benefit from return of Grand Prix

Most Singaporeans think the environment will benefit the least.

This chart from YouGov shows that eight out of 10 Singaporeans believe that the Singapore Grand Prix will have a positive impact on tourism.

The chart shows that entertainment (70%), international standing (68%), overall economy (67%), and retail (66%) follows tourism as areas most Singaporean adults think that the Grand Prix will have a positive impact on.

Meanwhile, areas which residents were most likely to say have been negatively affected were the environment (37%), local transport (26%) and security (11%).

In total, six out of 10 Singaporeans think that the Singapore Grand Prix will have a positive impact on the country.
 

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