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When It Comes To Public Opinion, More News Is Not Good News For NSA

Nov 7, 2013 (All Things Considered) — New public opinion polls show distaste for National Security Agency surveillance does not break cleanly across party lines. Despite the administration's attempts otherwise, one new study finds that the more people know about the NSA, the more they dislike it.

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