A poll of New York City residents finds that almost 4 in 10 plan to go about their regular lives on the anniversary of the attack.
Data from a NY1-Marist Poll released Tuesday found that 37 percent of those polled said they would be keeping to their daily routine. Twenty-five percent said they would reflect on the day at home or at work, while 23 percent said they would follow media coverage of the anniversary events.
Ten percent said they would go to commemorations at their places of worship, while six percent planned to be at formal ceremonies marking the anniversary.
The telephone poll questioned 808 adults from July 20 to July 27. It has a margin of error of plus or minus 3.5 percentage points.