Another generic ready-or-not, here-comes-United 93 story, this one by USA Today‘s Anthony Breznican…right down the middle of the tarmac. It mentions a USA TODAY/Gallup poll of 1,006 adults conducted between 4.7 and 4.9, that found that “38% of respondents were very or somewhat likely to see a 9/11 movie, while 60% would not be inclined to watch one. If they turn out in theaters, that 38% is enough to supply very solid box-office numbers.”
People were split evenly, 44% to 44%, over whether it was a good or bad thing for Hollywood to tackle 9/11. (The margin of error was plus or minus 3 percentage points.)