Weekend survey: Are TSAs new rules confusing you?

First they tightened the name-matching requirements. Then they banned printer cartridges and imposed enhanced pat-downs on people who refused to walk through the full-body scanners.

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What do you think of TSA’s new rules?

Are they more confusing? Less confusing? About the same as before?

Here’s the survey. It’s being conducted in association with the Consumer Travel Alliance.

I’m also interested in your thoughts on the new rules of airport security. Have you refused a full-body scan? If so, what happened to you?

Are you avoiding the airport? Are you more likely to fly, because security is tighter? And do you feel safer?

Please send me a note with your thoughts, and as always, don’t forget to include your full name, city and email. Your response could appear in a future story.