54%
Yes
46%
No
44%
Yes
33%
No
9%
Yes, surveillance of all foreign countries is essential to tracking potential terrorist threats
11%
No, spying on our allies severely damages our reputation abroad
2%
No, and abolish the NSA

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 @chickentaco from Utah answered…4yrs4Y

Yes, but only with the permission of the ally in question so long as they can do the same with us, and only target individuals or organizations with suspected ties to terrorists/subversive movements.

 @9D8GBQR from Texas answered…10mos10MO

Yes, surveillance of all foreign countries is essential to tracking potential terrorist threats and increase surveillance on drug traffickers and on sex and slave traffickers

 @9GN5KWP from North Carolina answered…8mos8MO

Yes, as long as they can do the same to us and a warrant is acquired that proves the surveilled target’s link to criminal or terrorist interests

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