Feeling Safer?

Nope.

More than half of Americans give President Bush 55% negative ratings on his performance in keeping the United States safe from terrorism and give the Department of Homeland Security a similar negative rating (56%) on its efforts. Nearly half of Americans (49%) believe the Bush administration has tipped the balance between personal security and personal freedom too far towards security, depriving the American people of too many freedoms, a new UPI/Zogby Interactive poll shows.

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More Americans said they feel less safe (42%) than safer (35%) from terrorism now compared to before the start of the Iraq war four years ago. Half (51%) said they feel less safe with George W. Bush as president, while 43% said they feel safer with the current president leading the country.

5 thoughts on “Feeling Safer?

  1. Ruth says:

    ‘43% said they feel safer with the current president leading the country.’
    As compared to Indiana farmers’ markets? or the Green Zone?

  2. AnE says:

    Ooooh! I know! I know! This means that he has done such a heckuva job protecting us that we have not been frightened into supporting our Jefe del Estado…

  3. pansypoo says:

    are the republikkkans satisfied now??? ARE THEY?
    yes, surely electing a fucking NAME will keep the republikkkans in power.
    go find Joe Rogan’s stnad up that is running on showtime. it explained alot.

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