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Poll: Supermajority Say Law Enforcement Agencies in Boston Deserve “Positive Marks”

Brainstrained Wrote: Apr 25, 2013 11:35 AM
Nothing like a pat on the back for violating the fundamentals of the Constitution for one man. An entire city like Boston on 'lock-down' and the invasion of armed police officers and soldiers on a 'door to door' search, by entering the private dwellings and 'looking around'. Not to mention hindering 'free access' and 'freedom of movement'. With all the cell phones and 911 being the central emergency 'connect' point, I would hardly think that all those eyes are missing something. Rasmussen in NOT a reliable nor believable poll at anything! It is never and was never substantiated or verified by any outside independent sources.

Here’s the feel-good and much-needed poll of the day, courtesy of Rasmussen:

Voters give overwhelmingly high marks to the law enforcement agencies that handled the Boston Marathon bombing and its aftermath but are less happy with the media coverage of the events. They worry, though, that the government is not focused enough on the threat of domestic Islamic terrorism.

The latest Rasmussen Reports national telephone survey finds that 87% of Likely U.S. Voters think law enforcement agencies did a good or excellent job handling the investigation of the bombings and pursuing the suspects in the case. This includes...