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Polls Suggest Rice has Changed Few Minds With Commission Appearance

APRIL 9, 2004 - Posted at 5:27 p.m. CDT

 

WASHINGTON, DC - Condoleeza Rice apparently didn't change many minds with her appearance before the 9-11 Commission.

But she may have helped her own public image.

Three-fourths of people in a CBS News poll say they think the Bush administration is either hiding something, or lying about what they knew before the 2001 terrorist attacks.  That was essentially unchanged from a CBS poll last week.

More than half of residents say they saw or heard part of the national security adviser's testimony.

Two-thirds of those who watched say they have a favorable impression of Rice, slightly higher than her overall favorable rating among all those polled.

Two-thirds of respondents say the Bush administration wasn't paying enough attention to terrorism before the attacks, also about the same as last week.

(Copyright 2004 by The Associated Press.  All Rights Reserved.)

 

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