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We The People

How much do you know about the U.S. Constitution, which was ratified more than 200 years ago? 2% NOTHING AT ALL 18% A GREAT DEAL 13%- -67% NOT MUCH SOME Should the government follow exactly what's spelled out in the Constitution, or should it interpret it based on changes in society, technology and the U.S.'s role in the world? 41% 54% WHAT'S SPELLED OUT IN CONSTITUTION INTERPRET BASED ON CHANGES Agree or disagree: State and local governments are not allowed to ban 38% 60% handguns and concealed DISAGREE AGREE weapons, even in high-crime areas. Agree or disagree: A woman should have the right to terminate 35% 64% F AGREE a pregnancy in its first few months. DISAGREE The 14th Amendment says that any person born in the U.S. automatically becomes a U.S. citizen. Some say that encourages foreigners to emigrate to the U.S. solely to enable their children 62% DO NOT REVISE 35% REVISE to become citizens. Should the amendment be revised? The Constitution gives the power to declare war to Congress. Does the President have authority to involve the military in Libya without congressio- nal approval, even if the troops are in a supporting role in a NATO mission? 44% 50% PRESIDENT HAS AUTHORITY PRESIDENT DOES NOT HAVE AUTHORITY This TIME/Abt SRBI poll was conducted by telephone June 20-21 among a national random sample of 1,003 Americans ages 18 and older. The margin of error for the entire sample is 13 percentage points

We The People

shared by rmmojado on Jan 27
Americans weigh in on the founding document. How much do you know about the U.S. Constitution, which was ratified more than 200 years ago.




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