Results for - Amazon Hooked America On Fast Delivery While Avoiding Responsibility For Crashes!

3,110 voters participated in this survey

In January, the 9-month-old was killed when a driver delivering Amazon.com packages crashed a 26-foot rented box truck into the back of her mother’s Jeep. The baby was strapped into a car seat in the back. The delivery driver, a subcontractor ferrying pallets of Amazon boxes from suburban Boston to five locations in Maine, said in an interview that he was running late and failed to spot the Jeep in time to avoid the crash. HuffPost and New York Times investigation found Amazon escapes responsibility for its role in deaths and serious injuries even though the company keeps a tight grip on how third-party delivery drivers do their jobs.

1. How often do you order items from Amazon in a month?

1 - 3 times a month
61%
1,890 votes
4 - 9 times a month
8%
238 votes
10 or more times a month
3%
88 votes
Never
14%
433 votes
Not Applicable
15%
451 votes

2. If you have ordered anything from Amazon, do you think their delivery time is..?

Earlier than expected
16%
499 votes
Perfectly on time
53%
1,650 votes
Later than expected
9%
272 votes
Not Applicable
22%
679 votes

3. Amazon argues that it bears no legal responsibility for the human toll, it maintains a tight grip on how the delivery drivers do their jobs. Do you think Amazon should take responsibility of any accidental deaths caused due to their outsourced delivery services?

Yes
56%
1,736 votes
No
44%
1,364 votes
09/10/2019 Living 3110 96 By: Tellwut

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