Security Or Freedom Most Americans Pick Security

09.06.11 |

A new poll finds it's ok to trade some freedoms to fight terrorism. Ten years after the 9-11 attacks led up to amped-up government surveillance efforts, two-thirds of Americans say it's fitting to sacrifice some privacy and freedoms in the fight against terrorism, according to a poll by the Associated Press.  And 6 in 10 said the government is doing enough to protect American's rights and freedoms. 37-percent said they believed the area where they live-- is at least a moderate risk of being attacked. If you'd like to read more on this poll, go here.