Post-ABC poll: Privacy rights and the war on terrorism (March 5, 2006)

In this poll:

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Poll Questions

Q: As it conducts the war on terrorism, do you think the United States government is or is not doing enough to protect the rights of American citizens?

Q: As you may know, starting in 2001 the FBI was given additional authority in areas like surveillance, wiretaps and obtaining records in terrorism investigations. Supporters said this was necessary to fight terrorism. Opponents said it went too far in compromising privacy rights. Do you think this additional FBI authority should or should not be continued?

No opinion

Q: As you may know, the National Security Agency has been investigating people suspected of involvement with terrorism by secretly listening in on telephone calls and reading e-mails between some people in the United States and other countries, without first getting court approval to do so. Would you consider this wiretapping of telephone calls and e-mails without court approval as an acceptable or unacceptable way for the federal government to investigate terrorism?

No opinion