Poll: Driverless cars are a tough sell to Americans

Those who do not enjoy driving much or at all (36%) are three times as likely as those who enjoy driving a great deal (11%) to say they would own a driverless car.

College graduates (29%) are more than twice as likely as those who are not college graduates (13%) to say they would own a self-driving car.

Americans living in cities (23%) and suburbs (24%) are more than twice as likely as those living in small towns and rural areas (10%) to say they would own a driverless car.