http://www.reuters.com/article/2015/02/05/us-usa-drones-poll-idUSKBN0L91EE20150205 It is very sad to see our media put these types of polls out without a critical review of the information. I bet there are a reasonable number of people who, when they hear 'drone', they think of the military UAV's with missiles on them or something like that. Or they think of very large UAV's. When I show people the Phantom 2V+ or even the Inspire, they often comment, "wow - I thought it would be much bigger". And finally, I think the way the question is asked or what questions are asked before this question can strongly bias the answers given. Too bad we don't have our own lobbyists in the US to clear up misinformation on this. There was a better NYTIMES editorial http://www.nytimes.com/2015/02/05/technology/personaltech/giving-the-drone-industry-the-leeway-to-innovate.html ... that seemed more balanced. Overall, however, I think the more we post and show the world how safe these can be and how problems are the exception and not the rule, the more we can demonstrate to a leery (and maybe pre-judging) public that we're just having fun with a technology that can be safe, reliable, and responsible.