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14 febrero 2007
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Censura, libertad de expresión, censura de prensa

Y tratando el tema de la prensa, vale la pena ver un caso de la Associated Press reportando la misma encuesta de opinión en los EEUU con horas de diferencia:

Diciembre 30 :

AP poll: Americans optimistic for 2007 By NANCY BENAC, Associated Press Writer Sat Dec 30, 7:22 PM ET An AP-AOL

News Poll finds that while most Americans said 2006 was a bad year for the country, three-fourths thought it had been a good one for them and their families… Looking ahead, optimism reigns. Seventy-two percent of Americans feel good about what 2007 will bring for the country, and an even larger 89 percent are optimistic about the new year for themselves and their families, according to the poll… That fits with a long-term trend suggesting that Americans are generally an optimistic lot. Polling over recent decades is replete with optimism, and with a tendency for people to feel more positively about their own situations than that of the country overall… The AP-AOL News poll of 1,000 adults was conducted by telephone from Dec. 12-14 by Ipsos, an international public opinion research company. The margin of sampling error was plus or minus 3 percentage points.

Diciembre 31 :

Poll: Americans see gloom, doom in 2007 By DARLENE SUPERVILLE, Associated Press Writer Sun Dec 31, 7:12 AM ET….

Six in 10 people think the U.S. will be the victim of another terrorist attack next year, more than five years after the Sept. 11 assault on New York and Washington. An identical percentage think it is likely that bad guys will unleash a biological or nuclear weapon elsewhere in the world. There is plenty of gloom to accompany all of that doom. Seventy percent of Americans predict another major natural disaster within the United States and an equal percentage expect worsening global warming. Fewer than one-third of people, or 29 percent, think it is likely that the U.S. will withdraw its troops from Iraq… The telephone poll of 1,000 adults was conducted Dec. 12-14 by Ipsos, an international polling firm. The margin of sampling error was plus or minus three percentage points.


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