Drivers favor cameras

Despite concerns about privacy violations and lack of due process, polls

show that Americans overwhelmingly support the use of red-light cameras.

Support in cities with red-light cameras:

percent

Fairfax, Va. 84

Charlotte, N.C. 82

Oxnard, Calif. 79

Mesa, Ariz. 78

San Francisco 77

Support in cities without cameras:

Fort Lauderdale, Fla. 82

Raleigh/Durham, N.C. 76

Arlington, Texas 74

Charlottesville, Va. 74

Fresno, Calif. 72

Source: Insurance Institute for Highway Safety

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