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.