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2002 year report

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  • Full 2009 survey analysis, tables, methodology by PERT Group
  • Commentary by Gene Policinski

    The State of the First Amendment survey, released by the First Amendment Center each year, is a reality check on how Americans view their first freedoms of speech, press, assembly, religion and petition.

    The survey, conducted annually since 1997 by the Center for Survey Research & Analysis, examines public attitudes toward freedom of speech, press, religion and the rights of assembly and petition.

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    First Amendment Center vice president and executive director

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