United Airlines almost as unpopular as Donald Trump

United Airlines almost as unpopular as Donald Trump

United Airlines almost as unpopular as Donald Trump

Emirates remains committed to the US market despite plans to slash 20 percent of its flights in the wake of tougher security and visa measures put in place under the Trump administration, the airline's president said Thursday.

It's been a truly bruising couple of weeks for the airline, and this is reflected in the poll's numbers.

As the president has waded more into world affairs, 39 percent of respondents said they believe he will embroil the United States into World War III, while a slightly bigger group, 40 percent, believe Trump won't start a massive war. It's safe to say there are few things that are as strongly disliked as United Airlines right now - unless, of course, you're President Donald Trump.

United Airlines is almost as unpopular as U.S. President Donald Trump, according to a new Public Policy Polling survey released Thursday.

With 51 percent saying they think Obama had a better handle on world affairs, compared to the 39 percent who said that of Trump.

The poll found that while a whopping 47 percent of Americans negatively view the airline that's sparked global outrage twice in the last month, even more Americans have an unfavorable view of the country's commander-in-chief.

While the family received an apology and $100 travel voucher, Furfey demanded that United Airlines as well as the others should "review its procedures" to avoid similar situations.

PPP conducted its latest survey of 648 registered voters via online and landline telephone interviews from April 17-18. Trump's approval rating has mainly stayed in the cellar since he took office, and he is garnering far less support early in his early tenure than his predecessors in the White House. Comparatively, 52 percent of Republican respondents said they were "very excited" to vote.

A Public Policy Poll (PPP) indicates that 42% of Americans said they think higher of United than Trump while 40% say they favor the President. "But this polling suggests that, at the very least, many of his voters see room for improvement".

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