Should law enforcement agencies have a right to access citizens' online communications for valid national security reasons?
U.S. opinion on law enforcement access to digital communications 2015, by gender
This statistic presents the share of U.S. internet users who believe law enforcement should have a right to access citizens' online communications for security reasons as of December 2015, sorted by gender. During the survey, it was found that 49 percent of female internet users in the United States somewhat agreed with law enforcement access of private communications for national security reasons.
Should law enforcement agencies have a right to access citizens' online communications for valid national security reasons?
Strongly agreeSomewhat agreeSomewhat disagreeStrongly disagree
Male22%46%21%11%
Female22%49%22%8%
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U.S. opinion on law enforcement access to digital communications 2015, by gender
This statistic presents the share of U.S. internet users who believe law enforcement should have a right to access citizens' online communications for security reasons as of December 2015, sorted by gender. During the survey, it was found that 49 percent of female internet users in the United States somewhat agreed with law enforcement access of private communications for national security reasons.
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