Continued from page 1 Ghiselli said the most frequently cited malady that might limit a respondent’s restaurant use was vision related — a problem cited by 17.2 percent of the survey takers, followed by dietary concerns at 13.8 percent, hearing impairment at 8.9 percent and the need for assistance when walking, 8.4 percent. When it came to evaluating the importance of various factors related to dining out, survey participants were asked to read statements and score them ...

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