Sunday, January 08, 2006

American Opinion on Warrantless Wiretapping.

42% is still high...

More intriging is this: nearly two-thirds of those between age 18 to 29 believe warrants should be required, while people 65 and older are evenly divided.
Is it because fear [of terrorism] has a greater impact on your reasoning when you get older? Or is it because you become more conservative with age? (which might also be because you may become more fearful and more disconnected from society and alienated from the changes taking place). Or is it because older people watch too much television?
According to the poll [and this is not surprising]: almost three-fourths of Democrats and one-third of Republicans want to require court warrants.


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