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Heartland Monitor Poll XVII: New Poll Shows Americans Anxious About Privacy

June 13th, 2013

Big Brother is watching and Americans know it. New figures from the quarterly Allstate/National Journal Heartland Monitor Poll show that most Americans exhibit a healthy amount of skepticism and resignation about data collection and surveillance, and show varying degrees of trust in institutions to responsibly use their personal information. Recent headlines focusing on government collection of telephone records within the United States may further stoke the underlying worries that the American public has about data privacy.

View the Heartland XVII datakey findings and our press release on the survey.
Related Multimedia: Allstate Heartland Monitor XVII