A new map made by ranks the states in the Union by how much they trust self-driving cars. No state had a trust rating higher than 6.3 on a 10-point scale, and the average trust rating for the country was just 4.8.
The online automobile publication conducted a survey of more than 5,000 drivers and posed this question: "On a scale of 1-10, 1 being the least, 10 being the most, how much would you trust self-driving technology once it hits the market?" The most trusting states were Colorado, Nevada, New York, California, and Maryland. On the other hand, Kentucky, South Carolina, Louisiana, Alabama, and Mississippi seem to have serious doubts about automotive autonomy.
Looks like there aren't very many people who will feel 100 percent comfortable letting a robot take the wheel for the first time.