Organizations Release National Poll Results Showing Voter Opposition to ATC Privatization
September 17, 2015
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    September 17, 2015

    Devin Osting (AAAA): (202) 223-9523

    Organizations Release National Poll Results Showing Voter Opposition to ATC Privatization

    Washington, DC— Today, the Alliance for Aviation Across America, the League of Rural Voters, and the Air Care Alliance held a conference call with Global Strategies Group and reporters to release the results of a recent survey on privatization of our air traffic control system.

    The poll, conducted by Global Strategies Group between August 8 and August 12, showed that the majority of voters oppose privatizing the air traffic control function of the FAA and turning it over to a private, non-profit entity by a nearly two-to-one margin. The sampling margin of error on the survey is +/-3.5% at the 95% confidence level.

    To view a memo summarizing the more details about the survey, please click here.

    To view the results of the poll, please click here.

    Since 1985, the League of Rural Voters has been helping rural Americans harness their power at the ballot box. We provide the training, tools, and communications support that people need to organize their communities, hold policymakers accountable and bring about change. The League has over 6300 members in 18 states. We bring energy and focus to the critical conversations about the future of rural America.

    The Air Care Alliance promotes, supports, and represents public benefit flying through communication and cooperation among organizations facilitating flights for health, compassion, and community service

    Formed in 2007, the Alliance for Aviation Across America is a non-profit, non-partisan coalition of more than 6,300 individuals representing businesses, agricultural groups FBO’s, small airports, elected officials, charitable organizations, and leading business and aviation groups that support the interest of the general aviation community across various public policy issues.