Of 2,636 voters in a recent Billboard.com poll, 56% admit that the fire that burned the Station in West Warwick, R.I., killing 99, and the mass exodus from E2 in Chicago that left 21 dead have changed

Of 2,636 voters in a recent Billboard.com poll, 56% admit that the fire that burned the Station in West Warwick, R.I., killing 99, and the mass exodus from E2 in Chicago that left 21 dead have changed their attitudes when going out.

Those are broken into two groups, with 43% admitting they are now more aware of their surroundings and more likely to take note of emergency exits when in such venues. A much smaller group of 13% say they are now less likely to patronize small nightclubs due to safety concerns.

Conversely, 44% said they believe that recent tragic events were isolated incidents and have not affected their behavior when patronizing nightclubs.

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