A new Rasmussen poll (found via Daily Kos) indicates that a large majority of Americans like their surveillance accompanied by a warrant.
Sixty-four percent (64%) of American adults agree that a search warrant should be required before the government can ask Internet providers to turn over customer records. A Rasmussen Reports national telephone survey found that just 16% disagree and 20% are not sure.
The poll results come on the heels of a federal court decision last week that struck such searches from the USA PATRIOT Act as unconstitutional.
The people are not giving in to the fearmongering of the Bush crowd.
Andy in Harrisburg