Corporate Media Poll: Most Americans OK With Naked Body Scanners

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Thomas Frank
USA Today
November 10, 2010

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Air travelers strongly approve of the government’s use of body scanners at the nation’s airports even if the machines compromise privacy, a USA TODAY/Gallup poll finds.

Poll respondents appeared to endorse a Transportation Security Administration plan to install 300 scanners at the nation’s largest airports this year to replace metal detectors. The machines, used in 19 airports, create vivid images of travelers under their clothes to reveal plastics and powders to screeners observing monitors in a closed room.

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“It would seem much more thorough than the process that we’re doing now,” poll respondent Joel Skousen, 38, of Willcox, Ariz., said. “It would put me more at ease getting on a plane.”

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