U.S. survey on the First Amendment of the Bill of Rights

Do you feel the First Amendment of the Bill of Rights does or does not guarantee the following?

U.S. survey on  the First Amendment of the Bill of Rights This survey, conducted by Harris Poll across the United States in January 2014, shows public opinion in U.S. regarding the rights guaranteed by the First Amendment of the Bill of Rights. 84 percent of Americans felt that the freedom to publish is guaranteed by the First Amendment of the Bill of Rights.
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Do you feel the First Amendment of the Bill of Rights does or does not guarantee the following?

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Guarantees thisDoes not guarantee this
The right to freely exercise the religion of one's choosing86%14%
The right to assemble peacefully (e.g., organized protests)85%15%
Freedom to publish84%16%
Freedom to publish opinions84%16%
The right to petition branches and agencies of the government for action80%20%
The ability to speak freely without fear of government censorship or prosecution79%21%
The right to be free from the influence of religion of one so chooses76%24%
Separation between government and religious bodies67%33%
The ability to speak freely without fear of impact on one's livelihood67%33%
Separation between government and religious practices64%36%
The ability to speak freely without fear of censorship or prosecution from private companies62%38%
The right to donate money, without limit, to politicians as a form of free speech32%68%
The barring of religious practices by any individual within a school31%69%
The right to make damaging statements about private companies without limitation30%70%
The right to make damaging statements about fellow citizens without limitation26%74%
Guarantees thisDoes not guarantee this
The right to freely exercise the religion of one's choosing86%14%
The right to assemble peacefully (e.g., organized protests)85%15%
Freedom to publish84%16%
Freedom to publish opinions84%16%
The right to petition branches and agencies of the government for action80%20%
The ability to speak freely without fear of government censorship or prosecution79%21%
The right to be free from the influence of religion of one so chooses76%24%
Separation between government and religious bodies67%33%
The ability to speak freely without fear of impact on one's livelihood67%33%
Separation between government and religious practices64%36%
The ability to speak freely without fear of censorship or prosecution from private companies62%38%
The right to donate money, without limit, to politicians as a form of free speech32%68%
The barring of religious practices by any individual within a school31%69%
The right to make damaging statements about private companies without limitation30%70%
The right to make damaging statements about fellow citizens without limitation26%74%
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This survey, conducted by Harris Poll across the United States in January 2014, shows public opinion in U.S. regarding the rights guaranteed by the First Amendment of the Bill of Rights. 84 percent of Americans felt that the freedom to publish is guaranteed by the First Amendment of the Bill of Rights.
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