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Guardian's Edward Snowden revelations receive backing in poll | Media | theguardian.com

Guardian’s Edward Snowden revelations receive backing in poll | Media | theguardian.com.

YouGov finds 37% of the British people thought it right to publish while 22% thought it wrong

 

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Edward Snowden: a majority of Britons back the Guardian’s reporting. Photograph: AFP/Getty Images

 

A public opinion poll has found that more Britons think it was right for the Guardian to publish Edward Snowden‘s NSA leaks about surveillance than think it was wrong that the paper did so.

According to the YouGov poll, 37% of the British people thought it right to publish while 22% thought it wrong. Asked whether it was good or bad for society, 46% considered it good against 22% who regarded it as bad.