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E. e. scored 7) in authenticity. This ﬁnding suggested that as importance attached to authenticity increased, the probability of being a highly sustainable tourist also increased. As shown in Fig. 1, respondents who were somewhat and highly interested in authenticity were split by country of origin. In other words, the second variable that predicted sustainability was country of origin. Among those somewhat interested in authenticity, the probability of being a highly sustainable tourist was 19 and 47 per cent, respectively, for British, and German/French respondents.
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Among those somewhat interested in authenticity, the probability of being a highly sustainable tourist was 19 and 47 per cent, respectively, for British, and German/French respondents. On the other hand, among those who were highly interested in authenticity the probabilities of being a highly sustainable tourist were 67 and 83 per cent respectively for British/French and German respondents. e. preferred to go on a holiday to enjoy pure and untouched areas). As seen in Fig. 1, among highly authenticityinterested British and French respondents the probability of being a highly sustainable tourist was 73 per cent for those who were nature-based tourists.