Americans were polled on whether they like United Airlines or Trump better — here are the results (UAL)

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More registered US voters have a higher opinion of United Airlines than President Donald J. Trump.

At least that’s what the results from a new poll by the Public Policy Polling (PPP) indicate. 

According to the poll, 42% of respondents said they think more of United Airlines than Trump, while 40% of respondents said they had a higher opinion of Trump. Eighteen percent said they were not sure. 

United Airlines has come under fire in the last few weeks for the forcible removal of a 69-year-old man from one of its planes. The incident happened on April 9 aboard a plane in Chicago heading to Louisville. 

The passenger, David Dao, was dragged off the plane by Chicago Aviation police officers after refusing to give up his seat on the plane. A fellow passenger recorded the incident and the video quickly went viral.

Despite the backlash, though, the poll shows Americans still have a slightly higher opinion of the airline than they do of the president. 

But that isn’t saying much for United. The poll also shows that 47% of respondents have an unfavorable view of United. And when asked which airline was the worst, participants overwhelmingly said it was the Chicago-based company.

In fact, 40% percent of those polled said United Airlines was the worst US airline. Ten percent said American Airlines, 8% said Southwest, 6% said Delta, and 37% said something else. 

The poll conducted by PPP surveyed 648 people on April 17 and April 18 and there is a 3.9% margin of error. 

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Source: http://www.thisisinsider.com/americans-like-united-airlines-more-than-trump-poll-2017-4

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