College-educated Americans less concerned about automation
Education level creates a big divide in Americans' expectations for the future, according to "Making it in America: The View from America," a national survey developed by Burson-Marsteller, and conducted by research firm PSB:
"Thirty-eight percent of Americans with a college education or more think the American economy is headed in the right direction compared to 30 percent of those with a high school education or less. ... When it comes to job security and the role of automation, only 14 percent of Americans with a college education or more say a machine could replace their job in five years, versus 30 percent with a high school education or less."
Data: Burson-Marsteller/PSB; Survey conducted June 1-5, 2017; Chart: Chris Canipe / Axios