Attitudes Shift Against Snowden; Fewer than Half Say NSA is Unjustified

Public attitudes have shifted against Edward Snowden, with more than half of Americans now supporting criminal charges against the former security contractor who’s disclosed details of surveillance by the U.S. National Security Agency. And while most doubt that the NSA’s efforts enhance security, most also don’t see them as unjustified intrusions on privacy rights. [cont.]

Gary Langer, ABC News