Poll says Top Secret Leakers are Traitors

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  1. carpro

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    25. Do you think the Patriot Act has helped prevent terrorist attacks in the United States or not?

    10-11 Jan 06

    Yes - 59%
    No - 29
    Not Sure - 12

    26. Based on what you know, do you support or oppose extending the Patriot Act when it comes up for renewal?

    10-11 Jan 06

    Support - 57%
    Oppose - 31
    Not Sure - 11

    29. When you hear of government officials anonymously leaking top-secret national security information to the press, are you more inclined to think of the officials as patriots who are blowing the whistle because they think something illegal might be going on, or traitors who are leaking government secrets and possibly causing harm to the country? (ROTATE)

    10-11 Jan 06

    Whistle Blowers - 27%
    Traitors - 50
    Not Sure - 23

    30. Do you think the president should or should not have the power to authorize the National Security Agency to monitor electronic communications of suspected terrorists without getting warrants, even if one end of the communication is in the United States?

    10-11 Jan 06

    Should - 58%
    Should Not - 36
    Not Sure - 6

    31. In an effort to identify terrorist activity, do you think the president should or should not have the power to authorize the National Security Agency to do computer searches of large numbers of international phone calls coming in and out of the United States without getting warrants?

    10-11 Jan 06

    Should - 60%
    Should Not - 34
    Not Sure - 7

    33. Would you personally mind having the National Security Agency monitor an international telephone call of yours?

    10-11 Jan 06

    Yes - 33%
    No - 60
    Not Sure - 3
    Don’t Call Overseas - 3

    POLITICAL IDENTIFICATION
    When you think about politics, do you think of yourself as a Democrat or a
    Republican?
    1. Democrat 38%
    2. Republican 33
    3. (Independent) 22
    4. (Other) 4
    5. (Refused/Don’t know) 2

    See the complete poll here:
    http://www.foxnews.com/projects/pdf/poll_011206.pdf
     
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    A few other results from the same poll.
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    1. Do you approve or disapprove of the job George W. Bush is doing as president?

    Approve Disapprove (Don’t know)
    (10-11 Jan 06) 42% 49 9

    2. Do you approve or disapprove of the job Democrats in Congress are doing?
    Approve Disapprove (Not sure)
    10-11 Jan 06 39% 41 20

    3. Do you approve or disapprove of the job Republicans in Congress are doing?
    Approve Disapprove Not sure
    10-11 Jan 06 37% 49 14

    6. What do you think is the most important issue for the federal government to address today?

    1/06 6/05 1004 8/04
    (War/Iraq/Saddam Hussein) 27% 25% 16% 20%
    (Economy/Jobs/Unemployment)16 13 27 30
    (Health care/Pr drugs) 12 9 10 14
    (Education/Schools) 6 4 3 4
    (Social Security/Medicare) 5 12 3 2
    (Domestic issues) 5 3 2 3
    (Terrorism - not Iraq) 5 4 18 9

    7. Do you trust Democrats or Republicans to do a better job handling that issue?

    Demo. Repub. Same Neither Unsure
    Jan 06 40% 31 9 13 7

    12. Do you think it would be better for the country if Democrats or Republicans win control of Congress in this year’s election?
    Dem Rep No diff Not sure

    44% 33 16 7


    13. As of today, which one of the following issues will be the most important in deciding your vote for Congress this fall?
    1. The economy 23%
    2. Iraq 18
    3. Health care 17
    4. Ethics in Washington 12
    5. Terrorism 11
    6. Social Security 10
    7. (Other) 5
    8. (Not sure) 4
     
  3. carpro

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    You did, of course, notice that 38% of the respondents considered themselves democrats and 33 % considered themselves Republicans.

    Either way:

    It appears it would be silly for democrats to hang their hat on the so called domestic spying controversy.

    It could cost them heavily.
     
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    [​IMG] [​IMG] [​IMG]

    I guess this used car salesman didn't read all of his poll before he posted it.

    Hey Carpro, it is not time to remove your foot from your mouth! [​IMG] [​IMG] [​IMG]
     
  5. carpro

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    Sure, I did and the poll backs up the assertion made in the subject of the thread. There are many other subjects we may be able to discuss that are covered in the poll, but they are not the subject of this thread.

    Why don't you find one you like and start another thread with that as the subject and stop embarrassing yourself? :rolleyes:
     
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    Traitors to who, the Bush administration, the globalist government or the American people?
     

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