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Survey on the Current State of Aviation Security

In order to ensure that the security in the airports is maintained, I have put together a short survey for you to place your opinions. Please take a moment to fill it out. This survey is confidential, so do not be afraid to offer any criticisms or suggestions that you may have.

  1. Gender
  2. Male
  3. Female
  4. Age group of the respondent
    1. 18-25
    1. 25-35
    1. 35-40
    1. 40s and above
  5. Do you feel more safe after the security transformations in the aviation industry
  6. Yes
  7. No
  8. Ever since the 9/11 attack, how would you describe the overall performance of Transport Security Administration in mitigating future aviation attacks?
  9. Excellent
  10. Fair
  11. Still poor
  12. In case of any security attacks, do you think it will be more important to protect the deck area or negotiate with the attackers
    1. Protect the deck area
    1. Negotiate with the attackers
  13. Do you think that the intensified security screening on passengers has helped in averting security attacks in the airports?
  14. Yes
  15. No
  16. How do you rate the overall performance of the government in supporting the quest of further enhancing aviation security in the country?
    1. Excellent
    1. Good
    1. Fair
    1. Poor
  17. Do you believe that 9/11 attack has led to a significant transformation of aviation security today?
    1. Yes
    1. No
  18. What do you think is the main role of the government in providing aviation security?
  1. Do you think that training the cabin crew  have made them to be more competent in protecting an airplane from security breach and attack by terrorists or attackers?
  2. Yes
  3. No
  4. What more do you think should be done in order to ensure that security in the airport is intensified so as to avoid future attacks?
  5. Introduction of new technology
  6. Continuous training of aviation industry employees
  7. Continuous intensified screening of both passengers and employees