A new ABC News/Washington Post poll released Thursday reveals that while a growing number of Americans feels that the National Security Agency violates privacy, the party the least critical of the agency’s surveillance activities are Democrats.
The poll found that, overall, an increasing number of Americans believes that the NSA’s activities intrude on their privacy. Sixty-eight percent said that the agency’s activities violate the privacy of some Americans. Forty-eight percent said that those intrusions were unjustifiable; that’s up from 40 percent in a July poll.
Forty-six percent said that agency “goes too far” in its surveillance activities.
But the poll revealed significant partisan differences.
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Only 37 percent of Democrats responded that the surveillance agency “goes too far”; that’s compared to 47 percent of Republicans and 51 percent of independents.
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