More bad news for Pinch

A new poll bears bad tidings for the New York Times.

Most Americans support the government program to track possible terrorist funding, one of the few areas where majorities of both parties agree. In addition, the public thinks people who leak classified information —— as well as news organizations that publish it —— should face criminal charges. On Iraq, more than half want U.S. troops to stay and finish the job.

These are just some of the findings of the new national telephone poll of 900 registered voters conducted from June 27 to June 28 by Opinion Dynamics Corporation for FOX News. The poll has a 3—point error margin.

Clarice Feldman   6 29 06

A new poll bears bad tidings for the New York Times.

Most Americans support the government program to track possible terrorist funding, one of the few areas where majorities of both parties agree. In addition, the public thinks people who leak classified information —— as well as news organizations that publish it —— should face criminal charges. On Iraq, more than half want U.S. troops to stay and finish the job.

These are just some of the findings of the new national telephone poll of 900 registered voters conducted from June 27 to June 28 by Opinion Dynamics Corporation for FOX News. The poll has a 3—point error margin.

Clarice Feldman   6 29 06