Most American are uncomfortable with the idea of riding in self-driving cars, according to a new survey.
The majority (67%) of consumers said the would not be comfortable riding in an entirely self-driving car with 27% would be comfortable.
The Reuters-Ipsos poll comprised a survey of 2,600 U.S. adults.
The were difference based on demographics.
A larger majority (77%) of females than males (55%) would be uncomfortable.
By generation, millennials (55%), gen-x (63%) and baby boomers (79%) are uncomfortable with the idea.
Another recent survey by AAA found that 63% of U.S. drivers are afraid to rude in a fully self-driving vehicle.
Self-driving vehicles are being tested in numerous places, including by Waymo in Arizona and Apple in California.