New Yorkers and Californians really want driverless cars, Volvo says

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Turns out, the attitude toward driverless cars varies widely from state to state. Go figure.

According to a recent ongoing survey conducted by Volvo, “nine out of ten New Yorkers and 86% of residents in California feel that autonomous cars could make life easier.”

Comparatively, 62% of Pennsylvanians feel more autonomous cars on the road will eliminate traffic accidents. And only a small majority of Texans — 60% — believe autonomous cars could keep their family safer.

Illinois residents are even more skeptical. Only 52% of Illinoisan would trust a self-driving car to make safe driving decisions. …

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Via: Mashable: Tech

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