Wednesday, November 24, 2010

Poll finds 61% oppose new airport security measures

From the Los Angeles Times:
On the eve of one of the nation's busiest travel days, a poll has found that 61% of likely voters oppose the newly enhanced security measures at the country's airports.

The poll by Zogby International of 2,032 likely voters also found that 48% said they would probably seek alternatives to flying because of the new measures.

Airport security has become a topic of heated debate, particularly since Nov. 1, when the Transportation Security Administration implemented a more aggressive pat-down search technique at security checkpoints.
I wonder if TSA will continue to cite that CBS poll that 4 out of 5 people support the full body scanners. Yes, they do.

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