Volvo Claims Californians and New Yorkers Really Want Driverless Cars

It’s not surprising that opinions on autonomous cars vary from state to state. Recently, Volvo conducted a survey that disclosed nine out of ten New York residents and 86% of Californians believe that driverless vehicles could simplify life. In comparison, 62% of Pennsylvania residents surveyed revealed that self-driving cars will prevent traffic accidents. In the state of Texas, only 60% of survey participants believe that driverless cars could protect their families. In Illinois, only 52% of residents in the study said that they would trust an autonomous vehicle to make safe decisions on the road. This finding proves that Illinoisians...