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Poll: Partisan views of surveillance differ dramatically under Bush & Obama

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Republicans were much more likely to find controversial NSA surveillance operations acceptable under President Bush than under President Obama, according to a Pew survey. For Democrats, the opposite is true. A new survey by Pew finds that Americans, by 56 percent to 41 percent, describe it as “acceptable” that the “NSA has been getting secret court orders to track calls of millions of Americans...

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