Child-free zones in trains and planes to avoid the cries of children?

This funny idea was put at the center of the debates by the newspaper Newsweek. And the least we can say is that it attracted many people, as revealed by a survey.

At one time or another, we have all been disturbed by the cries and cries of children or babies on planes or on trains. Passengers without children value their peace of mind and the presence of families with toddlers upsets this balance . The debate has been talking about for some time after this passenger made a disastrous flight .

The daily Newsweek has just launched the debate by proposing to create child-free zones in planes and trains for passengers who wish to do so. To find out if the formula could be emulated, the daily launched a survey which was striking: 59% of respondents think it would be a good idea, while 27% of them oppose it. The remaining 14% have no opinion.

It is therefore a big ‘yes’ for most respondents who have probably already had to endure the cries of children.

In this survey, a trend emerges on the side of the youngest. 18-24 year olds are 61% in favor of adopting this measure. The figure climbs to 69% among young adults aged 25-34. Faced with these substantial figures, we can then estimate that respondents in these age groups may not yet have children.

On the other hand, some parents among the respondents would also be in favor of these zones without children in order to be able to escape the reproachful glances of their neighbors who do not have one, specifies Newsweek.

The railway and aviation companies have not yet discussed this subject which could risk causing controversy among passengers. Nevertheless, the idea brought by Newsweek could give rise to this kind of zones.

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