Monday, October 27, 2003
State of the First Amendment survey results
Via Inter Alia, this report describes survey results measuring public attitudes about questions related to the First Amendment. For example, 46% thought the press has too much freedom, almost 70% thought "nation under God" does not violate the "separation of church and state" (and if the question was asked in the actual language of the establishment clause, I suspect the response would be more like 90%), and 44% said the media conglomerates influence the content of news reporting "a great deal."
Posted by Steve Minor at 1:39 PM