In other survey results, 65 percent or survey respondents said they dread sitting next to someone who talks too much, while 35 percent say they would pay extra to sit in a "quiet zone" if it were offered.
About 15 percent of survey respondents said they never turn their phone to "airplane mode" when instructed.
To recline or not to recline?
A majority of survey respondents -- 53 percent -- said they recline their seats on flights.
A quarter of those responding to the survey said they would recline their seat "for retaliatory reasons," if a passenger sitting behind them were aggressive or rude.
On a related note, only 1 in 10 respondents said they would "confront a misbehaving passenger directly." Others would alert a flight attendant, do nothing, shoot video of the behavior with their phones, or shame the passenger on social media.
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