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airport security survey

Airport Security Survey

Grace Collins

Emily Maxwell

Christy English

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Since September 11, 2001, airport security measures in the United States have greatly intensified. Some argue that the largest number of Americans have been affected in the post-9/11 world by the nation's airport security changes. These changes include:

    • required full-body scan
    • OR required full-body pat down
    • smaller quantity of carry-on liquids allowed
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PROS:

    • Increased sense of security for many travelers 
    •  Fewer terrorist attempts
    •  Full-body scans are much quicker than pat-downs (15-30 seconds)
    • Employs many people through the TSA
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CONS:

    • Lengthy security procedures if searched extensively
    • Some travelers often feel they are searched extensively without cause
    • Many feel violated by full-body scans and pat-downs
    • Security checkpoints in other countries are not the same, so prevention only works in one direction
    • Racial profiling
    • Technology is still not sufficient enough to detect all possible weapons
subgroup a

Characteristics:

      • White
      • Bachelors degree or higher
      • Age 30 years or older
      • Registered voter

Subgroup A

subgroup b

Characteristics:

      • Middle Eastern
      • Economic status: middle
      • Age 16 or older
      • Non registered voter

Subgroup B

subgroup c

Characteristics:

      • Male
      • White
      • In college
      • Age 18 or older

Subgroup C

question 1

Since 9/11, has your comfort level changed while on a plane?

      • Possible answers: not at all, somewhat, significantly, I have not been on a plane since 9/11
  • Subgroup A expected response: somewhat
  • Question 1: ranged between somewhat and significantly
  • Subgroup B expected response: somewhat
  • Question 1: not at all
  • Subgroup C expected response: somewhat
  • Question 1: not at all

Question 1

question 2

Have you ever felt violated going through airport security?

      • Possible answers: yes, before 9/11, yes, after 9/11, never, I always feel violated
  • Subgroup A expected response: never
  • Question 2: a bigger portion said that they never feel violated
  • Subgroup B expected response: yes, after 9/11
  • Question 2: yes, after 9/11
  • Subgroup C expected response: never
  • Question 2: never felt violated

Question 2

question 3

Have you cut back or considered cutting back on flying because of new airport security measures?

  • possible answers: yes, I have considered it, yes, I have cut back, no, it has not affected my air travel
    • Subgroup A expected response: yes, I have considered it
    • Question 3: security has not affected their air travel
    • Subgroup B expected response: yes, I have considered it
    • Question 3: security measures have not affected air travel
    • Subgroup C expected response: yes, I have considered it
    • Question 3:I’ve considered cutting back

Question 3

question 4

Have you ever been subjected to a full-body scan, full-body pat down, or extra screening measures at an airport security checkpoint?

        • Possible answers: yes, no
  • Subgroup A expected response: yes
  • Question 4: yes
  • Subgroup B expected response: yes
  • Question 4: half said yes and half said no
  • Subgroup C expected response: yes
  • Question 4: yes

Question 4

question 5

Which would you feel more comfortable with at airport security checkpoints?

  • possible answers: full-body scan, full-body pat down, I am uncomfortable with both
    • Subgroup A expected response: full-body scan
    • Question 5: it ranged between pat down and scan
    • Subgroup B expected response: I am uncomfortable with both
    • Question 5: ranged between pat down and scan
    • Subgroup C expected response: full-body scan
    • Question 5:scan

Question 5

question 6

Do you think there is a need to standardize airport security in all countries?

  • possible answers: Yes, all airport security should be the same internationally, No, each country is better off deciding it's airport security measures, I don't think standardizing airport security would make a difference
    • Subgroup A expected response: yes, standardize
    • Question 6:All airport security should be the same
    • Subgroup B expected response: no difference
    • Question 6: Airport security should be the same
    • Subgroup C expected response: no, each country does their own thing
    • Question 6:I don’t think it would make a difference

Question 6

question 7

How effective do you think current security measures are in the US?

        • Possible answers: very effective, not effective, effective
  • Subgroup A expected response: effective
  • Question 7: security is effective
  • Subgroup B expected response: effective
  • Question 7: security is effective
  • Subgroup C expected response: effective
  • Question 7: effective

Question 7

question 8

Do you think that US airport security is excessive compared to other countries airport security?

      • Possible answers: Yes, no, I have not travelled to other countries
  • Subgroup A expected response: yes
  • Question 8: no, airport security is not excessive
  • Subgroup B expected response: yes
  • Question 8:Half said yes half said no
  • Subgroup C expected response: I have not travelled to other countries
  • I have not travelled to other countries

Question 8

were we correct subgroup a

Question 1:somewhat correct

    • Question 2:correct
    • Question 3:incorrect
    • Question 4: correct
    • Question 5: somewhat correct
    • Question 6: correct
    • Question 7: correct
    • Question 8: incorrect
  • * We guessed most of these correctly

Were we correct?Subgroup A

were we right subgroup b

Question 1: incorrect

    • Question 2: correct
    • Question 3: incorrect
    • Question 4: somewhat correct
    • Question 5: incorrect
    • Question 6: incorrect
    • Question 7: correct
    • Question 8: somewhat correct
  • *We guessed wrong on at least half of these

Were we right?Subgroup B

were we correct subgroup c

Question 1: incorrect

    • Question 2: correct
    • Question 3: correct
    • Question 4: correct
    • Question 5: correct
    • Question 6: incorrect
    • Question 7: correct
    • Question 8: correct
  • * For the most part, we got them all

Were we correct?Subgroup C

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What did we learn?

    • a lot of discontent with airport security is publicized, but doesn't represent sentiments of the population as a whole
    •  Many of those who have been on an airplane since 9/11 have not cut-back due to new security measures
    • The predominant population of America believes that while some of the security measures are invasive, they are worth the added protection against terrorist and other attacks