Table 1. Opinions on Allowing Cell Phone Use on Aircraft if No Safety Issues Exist, 2006 v. 2007 (percent holding opinions)
|Overall||18-34 years||35-64 years||65+ years|
|2006 Omnibus Household Survey||n=1,063||n=174||n=611||n=245|
|Definitely should allow||21.9||27.8||20.6||12.7|
|Probably should allow||16.5||17.8||16.9||14.5|
|Probably should not allow||16.1||15.8||15.9||18.0|
|Definitely should not allow||30.3||22.0||31.0||41.9|
|2007 Omnibus Household Survey||n=979||n=150||n=552||n=249|
|Definitely should allow||21.2||23.3||22.6||14.9|
|Probably should allow||18.5||24.4||17.7||11.7|
|Probably should not allow||16.7||20.3||16.0||12.9|
|Definitely should not allow||28.5||15.8||29.6||43.8|
NOTE: Confidence intervals (CIs) for overall figures are about ± 3.3% in 2006 and ±3.1% in 2007. CIs for subgroups are larger.
SOURCE: U.S. Department of Transportation, Bureau of Transportation Statistics, Omnibus Household Surveys, November 2006 and 2007.