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Zogby Interactive: 77% Say WikiLeaks A Threat to U.S. Security

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UTICA, New York - More than three quarters of likely voters (77%)  say the release of classified documents by the organization WikiLeaks is a national security threat, and 76% believe their release endangers the lives of U.S. military, a new Zogby Interactive Survey finds.

And while 63% of likely voters say they do not want U.S. news organizations to publish the documents,  most (73%) believe the U.S. often keeps secrets to save embarrassment for itself and other governments

The Zogby Interactive poll of 2,084 likely voters was conducted from Nov. 29-Dec. 1, 2010. Respondents were provided six statements about WikiLeaks and asked their level of agreement or disagreement with each.

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