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    Half of New Yorkers Believe U.S. Leaders Had Foreknowledge of Impending 9/11 Attacks
    and "Consciously Failed" To Act; 66% Call For New Probe of Unanswered Questions
    by Congress or New York's Attorney General, New Zogby International Poll Reveals
    (August 30, 2004 -- Utica, NY) On the eve of a Republican National Convention invoking 9/11 symbols, sound bytes and imagery, half (49.3%) of
    New York City residents and 41% of New York citizens overall say that some of our leaders "knew in advance that attacks were planned on or around
    September 11, 2001, and that they consciously failed to act," according to the poll conducted by Zogby International. The poll of New York residents
    was conducted from Tuesday August 24 through Thursday August 26, 2004. Overall results have a margin of sampling error of +/-3.5.
    (DOWNLOAD COMPLETE BREAKDOWN OF RESULTS HERE: http://www.911truth.org/dossier/zogby911.pdf)
    The poll is the first of its kind conducted in America that surveys attitudes regarding US government complicity in the 9/11 tragedy. Despite the acute
    legal and political implications of this accusation, nearly 30% of registered Republicans and over 38% of those who described themselves as "very
    conservative" supported the claim. The charge found very high support among adults under 30 (62.8%), African-Americans (62.5%), Hispanics
    (60.1%), Asians (59.4%), and "Born Again" Evangelical Christians (47.9%).
    Less than two in five (36%) believe that the 9/11 Commission had "answered all the important questions about what actually happened on
    September 11th," and two in three (66%) New Yorkers (and 56.2% overall) called for another full investigation of the "still unanswered questions" by
    Congress or Elliot Spitzer, New York's Attorney General. Self-identified "very liberal" New Yorkers supported a new inquiry by a margin of three to
    one, but so did half (53%) of "very conservative" citizens across the state. The call for a deeper probe was especially strong from Hispanics (75.6%),
    African-Americans (75.3%) citizens with income from $15-25K (74.3%), women (62%) and Evangelicals (59.9%).
 
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