So-called UFO reports have fascinated people for decades, In the US, from 1947 until 1969, the US Air Force’s “Project Blue Book” and other programmes tracked UFO reports in an effort to explain them. By the time they were shut down, the programmes had collected more than 12,000 reports, with some 700 defying explanation.
The US government is concealing information about unidentified aerial phenomena (UAP), also known as UFOs, believe an overwhelming majority of voters across various demographics, according to a new Hill-HarrisX poll.
The survey, carried out on 17-18 June, revealed that seventy percent of registered voters are convinced that the public is being denied existing information on the mystifying phenomena of UFOs.
Conducted online among 942 registered voters, the survey showed that thirty percent of the respondents thought otherwise, believing that the government was being upfront on the issue. The Hill-HarrisX poll has a margin of error of 3.19 percentage points.
Confirmation of deep-rooted suspicions among the public that the government is holding back information on UAPs comes as a much-anticipated interim report was released Friday by a Pentagon task force on unidentified flying objects (UFOs).
It confirmed that out of the over 140 reports made since 2004, only one was identified with high confidence as “a large, deflating balloon”, with the others remaining a mystery beyond…