Connecticut is the leading state for tweets complaining about the Transportation Security Administration, according to a study conducted by the website Travelmath.com.
The study, which analyzed tweets mentioning the TSA from January to April, revealed that the biggest number of negative tweets about the agency were sent from locations in Connecticut, Nevada, Utah, Pennsylvania and Missouri.
Kentucky, Tennessee, Wisconsin, Virginia and Alabama lead in positive tweets about the TSA.
Airports in Oakland; Long Beach, Calif.; Charlotte, N.C.; San Jose, Calif.; and San Diego led for negative TSA tweets, while airports in Burbank, Calif.; New Orleans, Austin, Texas; Denver and Portland, Ore., led for positive ones.
The full report can be read here.