The passenger was bumped from his flight, something you may have experienced during air travel when flights are overbooked.
While the family received an apology and $100 travel voucher, Furfey demanded that United Airlines as well as the others should "review its procedures" to avoid similar situations.
Forty-two percent in a new survey out Thursday from the left-leaning Public Policy Polling (PPP) say they prefer United to Trump, while 40 percent favor Trump instead.
Voters prefer President Obama's foreign policy - and President Obama generally - over President Trump.
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"We never thought.that flight attendants on a major airline ― United Airlines ― would choose to take such an observation seriously ― and in doing so, that the Port Authority and CBP would drag my husband and daughter off an airplane and interrogate them with a presumption of guilt", she said. Eighteen percent said they were not sure of either option.
While their responses are within the survey's 3.9 percent margin of error, there are a number of indications that Americans are feeling down about The Donald. 37 percent said they preferred Trump as president when the choice was between the two.
Travelers line up at a United Airlines check-in counter at Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport in Atlanta.David Goldman/AP PhotoMore registered USA voters have a higher opinion of United Airlines than President Donald J. Trump.
The poll found that while a whopping 47 percent of Americans negatively view the airline that's sparked global outrage twice in the last month, even more Americans have an unfavorable view of the country's commander-in-chief. Trump's approval rating has mainly stayed in the cellar since he took office, and he is garnering far less support early in his early tenure than his predecessors in the White House. "Their voters are considerably more fired up about voting right now". 18 percent of respondents reported being "not sure".