UK adults who would change their U.S. travel plans due to a laptop ban 2017

This statistic shows the results of a survey in May 2017, that asked UK adults considering traveling to the United States if they would change their travel plans should the U.S. ban laptops on flights from Europe to the U.S.. Of those considering traveling to the U.S., the majority said a potential ban on laptops would not bother them. Only 17.5 percent said they would reconsider. The ban was proposed by the Trump administration, following a ban in March 2017 on laptops, tablets and e-readers on inbound flights to the U.S. from 8 Middle Eastern and North African countries.

If the United States bans laptops on flights from Europe to U.S., would you reconsider your travels to the country this year?

Share of respondents
Yes I will reconsider17.5%
No, it won't bother me82.5%
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Source

Release date

May 2017

Region

United Kingdom

Survey time period

May 12th to 13th, 2017

Number of respondents

1502*

Special properties

UK adult internet population; all planning travel to the U.S

Supplementary notes

* Total sample. The question was asked to all those that were planning travel to the United States (60.5 percent of the sample).

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