Americans Say a Senior Official Should Have Gone to Paris

January 20th, 2015
in News, econ_news, syndication

from Felix Richter, Statista.com
by Niall McCarthy

The White House has apologized for the absence of a senior American leader at the recent unity march in Paris, blaming short notice and a lack of time for implementing security measures, especially for a presidential visit.

Follow up:

However, 50 percent of Americans and 67 percent of Republicans actually feel it was safe enough for the president or vice president to attend the gathering in the wake of the terrorist attack on Charlie Hebdo.

This chart shows Americans' thoughts on the peace rally in Paris.

Infographic: Americans Say a Senior Official Should Have Gone to Paris | Statista
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