31%
Yes
69%
No
25%
Yes
53%
No
6%
Yes, basic data collection is necessary to track suspected terrorists
14%
No, only with a warrant showing probable cause of criminal activity
2%
No, and abolish the NSA

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Other Popular Answers

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 @96WSPGH from Texas answered…2yrs2Y

 @8C85YSK from Kansas answered…4yrs4Y

Yes, if it truly is metadata and identifying information is only obtained via warrant and probable cause.

 @8SRZSQK from Texas answered…3yrs3Y

No, only with a warrant showing probable cause of criminal activity and abolish the NSA fbi Cia ntf open area 51

 @9R57PHW from New York answered…5 days5D

There should be more intricate systems relating to prevention of criminal activity in relation to this topic.

 @9GSGPR3 from Indiana answered…9mos9MO

No. The 4th amendment clearly stipulates when the government may search people, their houses, and their possessions.