"Ladies and gentlemen, have you ever been so scared to fly that you wanted to crawl into a little ball and hide under the seat in front of you? Well, you're not alone my friends!
At Votetoo, we're asking the question "Are you afraid of flying?" because let's face it, flying can be a real rollercoaster ride of emotions. From the excitement of going on vacation to the fear of turbulence, it's a real emotional journey.
Some people are fearless when it comes to flying, they're up there singing "I will survive" like they're in a karaoke contest, while others are clinging onto their seat like it's a life raft. And let's not forget those who take sleeping pills just to make it through the flight.
But fear not, by participating in this voting, you'll be able to see that you're not alone in your fear of flying. And who knows, you might even find solace in knowing that other people are just as scared as you are. So come on, let's see how scared you are of flying, and let's have some fun with it."
The results are in: People around the world have weighed in on their fear of flying, and the majority indicate that they aren't scared of taking to the sky.
A total of 3741 people from each continent across the globe have weighed in on the survey question, "Are you afraid of flying?"
The results show that a majority of those from Africa, South America, North America, Europe, Asia, and Oceania all say that they are not afraid of flying, with percentages ranging from 65% to 71%.
Interestingly, the continent with the highest response rate of "Yes" is Oceania, with 30.2% of respondents indicating that they are afraid of flying.
Overall, the survey paint a picture of a world population that is largely unafraid of flying. This could be due to the advancements in commercial aircrafts of today, and the familiarity people have with flying, or the comfort of knowing that air travel is the safest means of transportation around.
Despite the majority of people saying they are not afraid of flying, it is important to remember that fear of flying is a very real issue for some. Everyone's feelings and experiences are valid, so it is important to acknowledge and respect the fear some may have.