57% of US citizens do not trust drone delivery, survey finds
A survey of American adults has found that more than half of the population has little or no trust in drone delivery of products. A majority is also worried about data privacy issues related to drone deliveries, including those performed by Chinese aircraft.
The survey, which was conducted by Morning Consult between June 29-30, 2022, among a sample of 2,210 adults revealed that there is still some way to go before Americans begin to trust drones to bring their morning cup of coffee.
The survey’s findings appear to be in line with the outlook shared by some Lockeford residents who are less than enthused about the arrival of Amazon drone deliveries in their city.
How do US residents feel about drone delivery?
According to Morning Consult, just over 2 in 5 US adults think that delivery drones can be reliable.
When asked, “How much do you trust drones to successfully deliver products to homes and businesses?” only 6% said “a lot” while 37% of…