USSA: Almost Half Of All Americans Support Domestic Surveillance Drones…
Only one third fear for privacies
Sept 28, 2012
Close to half of Americans say they are in favour of police departments deploying surveillance drones domestically.
According to a survey conducted by The Associated Press and The National Constitution Center, 44 percent support the idea of police using unmanned aerial vehicles to track suspects and carry out investigations.
Only 36 percent said that they “strongly oppose” or “somewhat oppose” police use of drones, according to the survey.