By Keith Laing - 05/16/11 04:10 PM EDT
More respondents shared lawmakers' overall dissatisfaction with airport security, however. Fewer people, 60 percent, reported being satisfied with the experience, compared to 73 percent who said the same in 2010.
The same survey found that few travelers take heed of international travel warnings from the State Department. Only 18 percent said they would definitely alter trips if government officials warned that travel to a country was dangerous, while 14 percent said they definitely would not change their plans.
Forty-seven percent said that travel warnings would make them rethink their travel itineraries, but not necessarily abandon them.