Americans Have Mixed Feelings About the TSA

Ekins, Emily
September 2011
Hit & Run;9/1/2011, p5
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The article discusses the results of the Reason-Rupe third quarter 2011 survey about the public's perception of the U.S. Transportation Security Administration (TSA). It says that 69 percent of respondents believed that TSA made air travel safer. And 74 percent of Democrats agreed with the role of TSA in making air travel safer, while only 64 percent of Tea Party agreed to such belief.


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