Fifty-five percent said the executive order had heightened their sense of threat toward their U.S.-based travelers who travel abroad. Nine percent of respondents said their companies had canceled meetings in the United States in favor of finding a more genial location abroad. One reason for this spate of relocations is the claim by 22 percent of survey respondents that their travelers had been saddled with delays during the immigration process or even had faced harassment when entering U.S. borders. Likewise, U.S. and European polls conducted by GBTA following the release of the new executive order showed similar results to ACTE. Get the full story at BTN Read also "Trump travel ban begins to deter foreign tourists from U.S."