Transatlantic Majorities Oppose Domestic Surveillance

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Publication Date November 2013
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While the NSA surveillance scandal made headlines in Europe and the United States, its effect on the transatlantic relationship remains ambiguous. Respondents opposed surveillance carried out by any government, including their own. Opposition was generally very high: there was not a majority in any country that approved of government surveillance, and pluralities or majorities said it was not justified in every country polled.

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