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More than half of American voters believe the National Security Agency’s sweeping collection of phone records undermines their privacy but a nearly equal majority said the surveillance program is necessary, a poll released Wednesday found.


The latest poll from Quinnipiac University found a growing number of Americans believe the government is overreaching in its counter-terrorism efforts. Forty-five percent said such anti-terrorism efforts go too far while 40 percent said they do not go far enough. It marks a huge shift since a Quinnipiac poll conducted in January 2010, when a whopping 63 percent said the ...

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More than half of American voters believe the National Security Agency’s sweeping collection of phone records undermines their privacy but a nearly equal majority said the surveillance program is necessary, a poll released Wednesday found.

The latest poll from Quinnipiac University found a growing number of Americans believe the government is overreaching in its counter-terrorism efforts. Forty-five percent said such anti-terrorism efforts go too far while 40 percent said they do not go far enough. It marks a huge shift since a Quinnipiac poll conducted in January 2010, when a whopping 63 percent said the ...

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