State of the First Amendment survey 2001 information
The State of the First Amendment survey, released by the First Amendment Center each year as our nation celebrates its independence, is a reality check on how Americans view their first freedoms of speech, press, assembly, religion and petition.
State of the First Amendment 2001
Good news, bad news in latest First Amendment survey
Analysis American public continues to believe news has valuable watchdog role, keeping an eye on government but also says government needs to keep media in check.
Election fallout: Americans favor limits on projecting winners
A new poll released by the First Amendment Center reveals that the 2000 presidential election may have had a lasting impact on how Americans perceive both the press and the U.S. Supreme Court.
Questionnaire and methodology used for this year's pulse-taking of Americans' views of First Amendment freedoms and issues.
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