With the upcoming 2016 election around the corner, the United States seems as divided as ever. The American people appear to have grown more frustrated with a government that’s unable to make bipartisan decisions on important issues in the country.
To test and see whether compromise was possible among strangers to reach a unanimous decision on a subject, JetBlue airlines conducted a social experiment among its passengers. The lucky travelers were “tasked with putting aside personal differences to reach across the aisle” and decide where in the world they wanted to travel.
Check out the surprising results.
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