Cisco today announced results of the Cisco Customer Experience Report focused on automobile buying and driving experience. Cisco surveyed more than 1,500 consumers across 10 countries. The global report examined consumer preferences of technology used when buying and driving an automobile. 

More than half of global consumers (57%) stated they would be likely to ride in a car controlled entirely by technology that does not require a human driver. The most trusting consumers in this regard were in Brazil with 96%, India with 86%, and China with 70%.

Consumer trust dropped to 46% when asked if they would let their kids ride in driverless automobiles. Consumers least likely in this regard were in Japan, France, and Germany, where only 6% would allow their kids ride in a driverless automobile.