Road.cc poll result - iPod use while cycling should be discouraged, but not banned, say two in five
Little support for outright ban, while one in three think there are bigger issues to address
According to two out of five road.cc users, using an iPod while cycling should be discouraged but not banned, while one and three believe that the whole issue is a red herring and there are much bigger problems facing cyclists out there.
Meanwhile, only a little over one in seven say that the practice should be outlawed, while even fewer, just under one in eight of you, feel that it’s no more dangerous than a car stereo.
Those are the results from the poll we have been running over the past couple of weeks from the poll we ran following AA President Edmund King’s comments that cyclists needed to be made aware of the risks of riding a bike while listening to music.
In all, 357 votes were cast, and the full results of the poll were:
It's dangerous and should be illegal – 15% (52 votes)
It should be discouraged but not banned – 40% (144 votes)
It's no more dangerous than a car stereo – 12% (42 votes)
It's a red herring - there are much bigger problems out there – 33% (119 votes)