86% of Frequent Fliers Dissatisfied With the Transportation Security Administration

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    People who fly frequently continue to be dissatisfied with the Transportation Security Administration and regard the screenings at airport security checkpoints to be ineffective, according to a survey which was conducted by Frequent Business Traveler magazine in conjunction with FlyerTalk. According to this article written by Jeremy Del Nero which accompanied the survey, 86 percent of the 2,746 participants who were surveyed said they believe that the Transportation Security Administration is doing either a fair or poor job of managing screenings at airport security checkpoints throughout the United States. Two-thirds of frequent fliers agreed that the screening procedures of the Transportation Security Administration are ineffective at preventing acts of terrorism on an aircraft. Here are the pie charts which reflect the statistics, courtesy of Accura Media Group LLC... The post 86% of Frequent Fliers Dissatisfied With the Transportation Security Administration appeared first on The Gate.

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