Zogby poll finds 45% want new 9/11 investigation
Thursday, May 25, 2006
Forty-five percent of American adults surveyed in a Zogby poll think that the September 11, 2001 attacks should be investigated anew. Poll results indicated that 42% believe that there has been a cover up (with 10% unsure) and 45% think "Congress or an International Tribunal should re-investigate the attacks, including whether any US government officials consciously allowed or helped facilitate their success" (with 8% unsure).
These are figures from a nationwide telephone survey of 1200 individuals conducted by Zogby International from Friday, May 12 through Tuesday, May 16, 2006. The results have a margin of sampling error of +/- 2.9.
The poll was commissioned by 911truth.org, a single issue website aimed at pinning the blame of 9/11 on the Bush administration.
The results of this Zogby poll were released last Monday (22 May), but went largely unreported by the mass media, possibly due to bias within the source.
- "9-11 truth: Is it still out there? Zogby poll shows 70% want new investigation" — World Net Daily, May 23, 2006
- "Less than half of Americans satisfied with 9/11 investigations" — RAW STORY, May 23, 2006
- Mike Berger. "Zogby Poll: Over 70 Million American Adults Support New 9/11 Investigation" — PrWEB Free Newswire, May 22, 2006
- Rebecca Wittman. "Survey Methodology: Zogby America, 5/12/06 through 5/16/06" — 911truth.org, May 17, 2006