Monday, July 20, 2015

(Photo: iStock/EdStock/Joe Raedle)"Grope.
" "Delay.
" "Rude.
" "Scream.
" These are just some of the words that come to mind for travelers when they
tweet about the Transportation Security Administration (TSA), according to a
recent study by TravelMath, a site that calculates travel data.
Not surprisingly, the list of the top 15 words tweeted alongside
mentions of the TSA also includes "search" (No.
1) "confiscate" (No.
2), and "yell" (No.
8), and "violate" (No.
 Perhaps more of a shocker is that not everyone who tweets about the TSA
has such angry feelings.
When the study evaluated TSA sentiment by state — based on
whether Twitter users came across as positive or negative in their 140
characters — the state residents who showed the most positive feelings
about the agency were from Kentucky, Tennessee, Wisconsin, Virginia, and
The travelers who felt the worst about the TSA were in Connecticut, followed
by Nevada, Utah, Pennsylvania, and Missouri.
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for PetsTravelMath looked into specific airports, too, again using Twitter to
determine which incited the most negativity.
Based on this report, you might want to avoid California, which took four of
the top five spots for airports with the most negative tweets about their TSA
staffers: Oakland (OAK) had the most hate tweets, followed by Long Beach
(LGB), Charlotte (CLT), San Jose (SJC), and San Diego (SAN).
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AllInterestingly, California is also home to the airport with the most
positive TSA sentiments: Burbank (BUR).
In addition, travelers tweeted happily about New Orleans (MSY), Austin (AUS),
Denver (DEN), and Portland (PDX).
We’re not sure what’s in the water bottles those travelers are
tossing out right before their security checks, but we’d like a shot of
it before our next flight.
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