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As many as 90% of British travellers are willing to accept full-body scanners at airports, a survey has found.
The approval rate was far higher for the UK than many other countries, according to a poll by security group Unisys.
Of the 10 other nations investigated, as many as one in three people in Germany and Belgium would object to the machines.
In Hong Kong, only 45% of people were in favour of the scanners, while Mexicans were even less keen - with 76% saying they were against the new technology.
The survey also showed that 91% of the UK's public would be willing to submit bio
They want to get to their destination quickly and safely and, if scanners will help that to happen, they worry less about whether or not their privacy has been infringed.