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2006-08-12 18:12:59

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Fifty-five percent of Americans approve of President George W. Bush's handling of homeland security, an 11 percent jump from May, according to a Newsweek poll released on Saturday. The poll was taken Thursday and Friday, after British authorities foiled a plot to use chemical bombs to bring down as many as 10 airliners flying from Britain to the United States. Bush's approval rating rose to 38 percent, a 3-point increase since Newsweek conducted its last poll...

2006-08-12 14:00:06

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Fifty-five percent of Americans approve of President George W. Bush's handling of homeland security, an 11 percent jump from May, according to a Newsweek poll released on Saturday. The poll was taken Thursday and Friday, after British authorities foiled a plot to use chemical bombs to bring down as many as 10 airliners flying from Britain to the United States. Bush's approval rating rose to 38 percent, a 3-point increase since Newsweek conducted its last poll...

2006-03-07 02:40:00

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Eight in 10 Americans believe that recent sectarian violence in Iraq has made civil war likely, according to an ABC News/Washington Post poll released on Monday. The parliamentary elections in December had produced a sharp gain in public optimism that the United States was making progress in Iraq, but the slide toward civil war has erased those gains just as quickly, ABC said. More than seven in 10 Republicans and eight in 10 Democrats and political independents believe...

2006-01-27 07:55:15

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - More than half of Americans approve of the White House's domestic eavesdropping program to fight terrorism, but nearly two-thirds worry that Americans' civil liberties could be threatened by U.S. antiterrorism programs, according to a New York Times/CBS News Poll. The poll, published in Friday's New York Times, found Americans were more accepting of the surveillance program if they believed it was intended to protect them. Fifty-three percent of those surveyed...


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