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Originally posted by Internet Explorer
a majority of Americans are fine with the agency's pervasive reach. Still, a sizable majority is opposed to the vast NSA surveillance net.
This makes no sense. You can't have two majorities.
Originally posted by dreamingawake
Apparently a larger majority of Americans than not versus 41 percent in opposition, support NSA/Prism spying. Now I'm not one to normally buy into polls as 100 percent evident supporting a view. However let's discuss is? I find this very alarming, as their might be a possibly as to what Americans really feel. What do you say ATS!?
Apologies if posted already.
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Originally posted by redoubt
It is my personal view that polls today are nothing more than fully commissioned avenues to convince the public that it thinks a certain way.
The designer poll creates opinion rather than gauging it. It's another form of the tail wagging the dog.
Originally posted by KyrieEleison
reply to post by Internet Explorer
It's conditioning at work...