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September 11, 2008

Two-thirds of Americans satisfied with airport security

A new Ipsos/McClatchy poll of Americans indicates that two thirds (62%) of Americans believe that enough (52%) or too much (10%) has been done in terms of safety improvements on US owned and operated airlines since 9/11. Just under four in 10 (38%) of respondents disagree. Further, slightly more Americans (65%) believe that enough (50%) or too much (15%) has been done at US-owned and operated airports in terms of safety improvements and screening requirements for passengers.

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