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Hotel SearchThis year, 67.7% of respondents said they were satisfied

with airport security, while 17.4% were neutral and 14.9% were unsatisfied.

Comparatively in 2016, 63.6% said they were satisfied, 19.4% were neutral and

17% were unsatisfied.

In the years prior, from 2013 to 2015, more travelers were

reporting they were satisfied or neutral mostly every year, while the number of

unsatisfied travelers had decreased from 18% in 2013 to 11.6% in 2015. That

number spiked to 17% in 2016 but fell again this

Travel Leaders Group also polled travelers on airport

security wait times, and 51.5% said they were “OK with the amount of time

it takes” to get through airport security, compared to 52.3% last

This year,
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43.8% said they “wish it was somewhat quicker,” compared

to 33.8% last Meanwhile, the number “frustrated by the amount of

time it takes” fell from 13.9% in 2016 to 4.7% this

The survey results pointed to an uptick in the number of

travelers registered in trusted traveler programs. This year, 21.9% of

respondents said they were enrolled in Global Entry, up from 18.6% last year,

and 39.3% said they were enrolled in TSA PreCheck, up from 32.4% last

Travel Leaders Group said only 2.1% of respondents were enrolled in Clear thisAs it has for the past four years of the survey, respondents

indicated they would most like to eliminate the security measure of taking

their shoes off, followed by “none, do not eliminate any securitycarry on baggage” and “laptop removal.”
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