A recent poll in the german magazine "Welt der Wunder" conducted by the well known Emnid Institute results in astonishing 89% of the german respondents not believing the official line 9/11. The magazine in 2010 already published the story of NATOs "secret nuclear war", where the consequences of the widespread use of depleted uranium ammunitions were explained.
here a Bauer Press release:
Poll by magazine "Welt der Wunder" : Who do the germans still believe?
Almots 40% of german citizens believe that there is some sort of secret world government. Even more think, the german government is criminal - an 50% are convinced that they are completely surveilled.
These are the result of a representative poll of 1005 men and women older tha 14 years of the Emnid Istitute - exclusively for the magazine.
The polling institute as well as the editors of the magazine are calling the result "scary and suprising".
Deep mistrust of that what politicians claim to be the truth is not a marginal phenomen. Almost 90 % of germans
are convinced, that the US- government ist not telling us the real truth about the attacks of 9/11, two thirds thinks the german government can be blackmailed.
"Such an widespread opinion is a strong warning for our politicians," says political scientist Nils Diederich, Professor at the Freie Universität Berlin. " I am appealing to the federal government to react."
The complete result of the poll is published in the magazine 1/2001
Published on Mar 17 - 2010
Two-thirds of respondents stand by the conclusions of the 9/11 Commission, which blamed al-Qaeda for the attacks.
The recent suggestion by Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad that the 9/11 attacks were a “fabrication” is rejected by a large proportion of Americans, a new Angus Reid Public Opinion poll has found.
In the online survey of a representative national sample of 1,007 American adults, 62 per cent of respondents disagree with Ahmadinejad’s claims that the “Sept. 11 incident was a big fabrication as a pretext for the campaign against terrorism and a prelude for staging an invasion against Afghanistan.” Only 26 per cent of respondents agree with this notion, and 12 per cent are undecided.
Republicans (80%) are more likely to reject the statement than Independents (66%) or Democrats (55%).
By a wide margin, the 9/11 terrorist attacks are seen as the most important event of the decade, with Barack Obama’s election as president a distant second – even among his political supporters. And the sour view of the decade is broad-based, with few in any political or demographic group offering positive evaluations.
9/11 the Crystallizing Event
When offered a list of six major events of the decade, just over half (53%) say that the Sept. 11, 2001 terrorist attacks were the single most important event of the decade. Trailing far behind, 16% cite Obama’s election as president, 12% the 2008 financial crisis, 6% George W. Bush’s election as president, 5% the war in Iraq, and 3% cite Hurricane Katrina.
More than a quarter (28%) of Democrats say Obama’s election was the single most important event of the decade, far more than among independents (12%) or Republicans (8%). Because of this focus on Obama’s election, fewer Democrats (43%) cite the Sept. 11 attacks as the biggest event of the decade than Republicans (60%) or independents (56%).
Also see this poll with a similar but slightly different question:
Poll: Most Americans want military trial for 9/11 suspects
Scroll down for the 2nd poll. Visit originals for hyperlinks. Posted in full for posterity - loose nuke
55% in New York Oppose Civilian Terror Trials
Friday, November 20, 2009
Just 35% of New York State voters agree with Attorney General Eric Holder’s decision to try the confessed mastermind of the 9/11 terror attacks and five other suspected terrorists in a civilian court in New York City rather than before a military tribunal.
A new Rasmussen Reports telephone survey in the state finds that 55% are opposed to that decision, which is part of the Obama administration’s effort to close the terrorist prison camp at the Guantanamo Naval Base in Cuba.
But 57% are at least somewhat confident that New York City will be safe and secure during the trials of the terrorism suspects. Twenty-three percent (23%) are very confident.
Considering that only 16% of Americans in 2006 said they believed the Bush Administration was "telling the truth" about "what they knew prior to September 11th, 2001, about possible terrorist attacks against the United States" http://www.angus-reid.com/polls/view/13469 , the results of this poll are puzzling and disturbing. Why are so many Americans not interested in a public trial, if they're so sure of KSM's guilt? Why are so many Americans willing to tolerate secret evidence and other limitations on the human rights of the accused? The percentages in the polls show that some of the same people supporting military tribunals are also skeptical the Bush Administration has told the truth about 9/11. It seems likely that significant numbers of Americans believe that, whatever responsibility the Bush Administration (and/or others) bear for 9/11, that KSM and the other accused did play a role in the 9/11 attacks. And KSM et al may well have played a role- but let's have the evidence produced, in a public courtroom, where it can be challenged by competent defense counsel, and weighed by a jury and the interested public. - loose nuke
As many of us are aware, the Daily Kos is one of those supposedly "progressive" websites which puts an outright ban on 9/11 truth. No doubt in my mind that many of those people are CIA or some variant.
Today, "TylerFromNE" posted a diary entry imploring Daily Kos to reconsider its position. In addition, he posted a poll:
Is it time for DKos to stop arbitrarily silencing discussion of 9/11 so-called "conspiracy theories," given that the government is now irrefutably involved in a cover-up of the financing of the attacks?
Here's the current result (it might be locked now, I don't know):
63% 259 votes
33% 139 votes
I don't care what you say, it's still too much for me to accept that conspiracies actually do exist.
2% 11 votes
| 409 votes
So it appears that even their own readership disagrees with their anti-9/11 policy.
At the end of the thread of 301 comments, a chief admin, "Meteor Blade," made this following post:
Obama Faces Familiar Divisions Over Anti-Terror Policies - No Change in Views of Torture, Warrantless Wiretaps
Excerpts, Fair Use:
By a wide margin (59% to 25%), the public says that his administration’s policies will make the chance of another major terrorist attack on the United States less likely rather than more likely. However, while majorities of Democrats (76%) and independents (62%) say that the Obama administration’s policies will make another terrorist attack less likely, just 29% of Republicans agree. Nearly half of Republicans (47%) say Obama’s policies will make another attack more likely.
Similarly, views have remained stable about whether the use of torture is justified in order to gain important information from suspected terrorists. More than four-in-ten say such tactics are often (16%) or sometimes (28%) justified; a majority says torture is rarely (20%) or never (31%) justified. Public attitudes regarding the use of torture against suspected terrorists have been largely unchanged since 2004.
In the final year of his presidency, even as his approval rating steadily declined to historic lows, most Americans continued to say Bush's anti-terror policies deserve at least a fair amount of credit for preventing more terror attacks.
Full text given here.
For the graph see
or jpg in attachment or at http://www.waronfreedom.org/dox/WPOpoll-911.jpg
International Poll: No Consensus On Who Was Behind 9/11
For Release: 21:01 GMT September 10th, 2008
Contact: Steven Kull (202) 232-7500
College Park, MD—A new WorldPublicOpinion.org poll of 17 nations finds that majorities in only nine of them believe that al Qaeda was behind the 9/11 terrorist attacks on the United States.
In no country does a majority agree on another possible perpetrator, but in most countries significant minorities cite the US government itself and, in a few countries, Israel. These responses were given spontaneously to an open-ended question that did not offer response options.
On average, 46 percent say that al Qaeda was behind the attacks while 15 percent say the US government, seven percent Israel, and seven percent some other perpetrator. One in four say they do not know.
I am seeing this everywhere.
Today I saw it at the independent, but it's popping up all over the place.
OK First of all I have a confession to make. About 3 years ago I subscribed to the Foreign Policy magazine because I wanted to see the world from "their" point of view after seeing a lot of criticism of the CFR in the Truth Movement. I like to maintain my objectivity and be able to see both sides of an issue. I stopped receiving hard copies a long time ago but am still on their email list.
I was pleasantly surprised to see the following in the latest issue.
Here is the link. http://blog.foreignpolicy.com/node/9765#comment-1763
It was easy to register and post a comment.
Poll: A quarter of Germans think the U.S. did 9/11?
Wed, 09/10/2008 - 6:44pm
This is shocking:
A new WorldPublicOpinion.org poll of 17 nations finds that majorities in only nine of them believe that al Qaeda was behind the 9/11 terrorist attacks on the United States.
Check out this graphic:
Global Poll Shows Doubt About al-Qaida Role in 9/11 Attacks
By Kent Klein
10 September 2008
Klein report - Download (MP3) audio clip: http://www.voanews.com/mediaassets/english/2008_09/Audio/Mp3/LCR%20Klein...
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Seven years after terrorist attacks killed several thousand people in the United States, a new global public opinion poll shows that many people do not believe the attacks were the work of the al-Qaida terror network. VOA's Kent Klein reports from Washington.
An independent U.S.-based group called World Public Opinion.org asked 16,000 people in 17 countries who they thought was responsible for the September 11, 2001 attacks on New York and Washington.
Majorities in only nine of the 17 countries believed that al-Qaida was behind the attacks, a finding that surprised World Public Opinion.org's director, Steven Kull.
Steve Pakin is airing the following tonight on TVO.
It is described as "The physics of 9/11: why do the rumours live on? 9/11 Truthers, the laws of probability ... and the laws of science."
Please check ou the poll on the left side of the page.
It's currently at 56% MIHOP and 21% LIHOP.
Michael Keefer and Graeme MacQueen will be speaking for our side.
Almost half of Britons apparently believe in captive space aliens [and 38% think 9/11 was an inside job]
blah, blah, blah, then:
"And despite the horror of the 9/11 attacks, more than one in three (38 per cent) are sure the twin towers atrocity was part of a plot backed by the US government to create an excuse to invade Iraq and Afghanistan.
A third of respondents pointed to a "lack of debris" outside the Pentagon crash site as proof that all is not as it seems."
I couldn't find the actual poll; please post as a blog entry if you do, or just put a link in the comments
So far so good... poll will close Sept. 11. Stay tuned! :-)
Wilt u een nieuw 9/11-onderzoek? (Do you want a new 9/11 investigation?)
> Ja, reden genoeg (Yes, there are good reasons for that)
> Nee, geen reden toe (No, there are no good reason for that)
> Nee, wel reden maar niet haalbaar (No, there are good reason for that but it's impossible, it will never happen)
The 911 stink that wont go away
Considering the extensive body of verifiable evidence that sharply contradicts the official version of the 911 attacks, if you were one person in a group that is preparing to address a large audience of fence-sitters, what single aspect of the crime would you find most compelling and choose to explore?
Oddly collapsing buildings, mysterious pre-impact flashes, missing aircraft debris, puddles of once molten steel and/or videotape anomolies.
The extensive yet seemingly taboo eye witness accounts of multiple, immense explosions prior to the collaspe of each of the WTC towers.
The speedy disposal of or classifying of crime scene evidence at three locations.
The removal of anti-terrorism expert, (in four administrations), Richard Clark from the presiden't inner circle in the months prior to the attacks, even though, according to FBI Chief George tenet that the entire US intelligence system was "blinking red".
by Paul Koepp
Wednesday December 05, 2007, 7:07 PM
Hudson County residents are more likely than not to believe that U.S. government officials chose to ignore warnings about the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks, according to a recent Jersey Journal/New Jersey City University poll.
But that doesn't mean the 49 percent who expressed that belief -- versus 46 percent who did not-- are all conspiracy theorists, said NJCU political science professor Fran Moran, one of the poll's authors.
"While everyone who believes in a conspiracy would answer 'yes' to (that question), not everyone who answered 'yes' would necessarily believe in the conspiracy," he wrote.
Please answer the following very simple poll, in order to help people understand the events of 9/11. People without a scientific background sometimes have trouble understanding which theories are likely to be true and which are not. This poll is not intended to reach a preconceived result. Instead, I am just trying to get a sense of what the scientific, engineering and architectural community believes.
Please give your honest opinion, based upon your scientific, engineering or architecture knowledge and experience.
For each theory listed below, state whether you think -- given the available evidence and the laws of science -- such a theory is likely or unlikely to be true:
1. World Trade Center Buildings 1, 2 and/or 7 were intentionally
2. The demolition was accomplished using conventional explosives, thermite or thermate.
3. The demolition was accomplished using directed energy weapons.
4. The demolition was accomplished using nuclear weapons.
5. Boeing airplanes crashed into the Twin Towers on 9/11, as the government claims.
A new poll indicates that some 43 percent of Americans believe that Washington knew about the 9/11 attacks but did nothing to stop them.
According to the Press TV-Zogby International poll, 42.5 percent of the respondents believed that the Bush Administration knew about the September 11 attacks on the World Trade Center but did nothing to prevent the attacks.
Only 37.5 percent of the respondents strongly disagreed with the idea and 4.5 percent neither agreed nor disagreed with it.
"A new poll by Zogby International has found that 51% of Americans want congress to probe the actions of President Bush and Vice President Dick Cheney before, during, and after the 9/11 attacks. The poll also found 67% of respondents feel the 9/11 Commission should have investigated the collapse of the 47-storey world trade center building 7. The poll was sponsored by the website 911 truth.org. "
Images of the towers burning was shown over the dialogue.
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Released: September 06, 2007
Zogby Poll: 51% of Americans Want Congress to Probe Bush/Cheney Regarding 9/11 Attacks; Over 30% Seek Immediate Impeachment
67% also fault 9/11 Commission for not investigating anomalous collapse of World Trade Center 7
Kansas City, MO (Zogby International) September 6, 2007 - As America nears the sixth anniversary of the world-churning events of September 11, 2001, a new Zogby International poll finds a majority of Americans still await a Congressional investigation of President Bush' and Vice President Cheney's actions before, during and after the 9/11 attacks. Over 30% also believe Bush and/or Cheney should be immediately impeached by the House of Representatives.
Found this on DIGG at : http://digg.com/politics/9_11_Who_is_Responsible_A_Facebook_Poll
digg_url = 'http://digg.com/politics/9_11_Who_is_Responsible_A_Facebook_Poll';
Please DIGG !!!
On August 30, 2007, I polled 500 people who live in New York City on who they think is responsible for the terrorist attacks on 9/11. The results are pretty shocking. Nearly six years after the event, more then half of all New Yorkers don’t believe the official story.
The poll results continue to show that over 50% of New Yorkers polled, "do not support the official version"
Direct Article Link : [ HERE ]
[GW's comment: please consider donating to 911Truth.org for their poll]
Some time ago, someone here brought up the suggestion of a new poll to see where the American people are regarding the issue of 9/11. www.911truth.org did a fine job of this in the past and they are planning on conducting another one. Here is some of the communication they have made recently regarding this effort...
"It is definitely time for a new national poll, and 911truth.org is preparing questions now to begin negotiations with a legitimate, respected polling organization. If you can contribute to this effort, which costs $1,000 per question plus $500-1000 for their professional analysis, please contribute ASAP. Please earmark your donation for the poll." -- 911Truth newsletter (7/18/07)
"We're working on the questions and will plan to be negotiating with them tomorrow!!" (7/18/07)
From a week-old poll on Daily Kos regarding discussion of 9/11 at http://www.dailykos.com/storyonly/2007/6/21/104514/131
"Cognitive Dissonance on Daily Kos: The 9/11 ‘Policy’ and Michael Moore
by posse comitatus
Thu Jun 21, 2007 at 08:49:05 AM PDT
What happens when one of the champions of the progressive movement, who has led the fight against government corruption, corporatism and globalization by making Academy Award winning documentaries, has his comments banned from a leading liberal blog? And what’s more, this same liberal blog that censors his comments, currently runs an ad for his huge, groundbreaking new film on the top of their front page!
Should Daily Kos Revise its Policy on Discussion of 9/11?
54% 88 votes
45% 73 votes
2% 3 votes
Go ahead and vote; it's still open.
Following on a poll of Muslim populations in Morocco, Egypt, Pakistan and Indonesia that showed only 25% of these people accepted the official identification of the perpetrators of 9/11, comes a new poll focused on American Muslims by the respected Pew Research Center in DC.
Muslim Americans: Middle Class and Mostly Mainstream
May 22, 2007
The first-ever, nationwide, random sample survey of Muslim Americans finds them to be largely assimilated, happy with their lives, and moderate with respect to many of the issues that have divided Muslims and Westerners around the world.
The Pew Research Center conducted more than 55,000 interviews to obtain a national sample of 1,050 Muslims living in the United States. Interviews were conducted in English, Arabic, Farsi and Urdu. The resulting study, which draws on Pew's survey research among Muslims around the world, finds that Muslim Americans are a highly diverse population, one largely composed of immigrants. Nonetheless, they are decidedly American in their outlook, values and attitudes. This belief is reflected in Muslim American income and education levels, which generally mirror those of the public...
...Relatively few Muslim Americans believe the U.S.-led war on terror is a sincere effort to reduce terrorism, and many doubt that Arabs were responsible for the 9/11 attacks. Just 40% of Muslim Americans say groups of Arabs carried out those attacks.
One in 5 Canadians sees 9/11 as U.S. plot - agoracosmopolitan.com
One in five Canadians believes the attacks on the United States on September 11, 2001, had nothing to do with Osama Bin Laden and were actually a plot by influential Americans, according to a poll released that had been released by Ipsos-Reid. The cited poll found that 22 percent of Canadians, and 26 percent of young Canadians, agree with the theory that 9/11 was "an inside job". The number was the highest, at 32 percent, in Quebec, which has shown the least support for the U.S. war on terror.
The poll asked if the events of September 11, "including the thousands of American citizens who lost their lives on that day, were actually orchestrated by a group of highly influential Americans and others as part of a wider global conspiracy to profit from and gain power and who are actually protecting Osama Bin Laden from being captured."
As the 9/11 Truth Movement grows in Canada, with the growing availability of critical perspective concerning 9/11, it is likely that more and more Canadians will share the view that 9/11 was somehow an "inside job".
Please vote for Amazon review slamming CIA-da capo Geo Tenet's new bestseller "At the Center of the Storm"
Once again, so-called "revelatory" disinformation by "former" CIA figures hits the best-seller list.
But Amazon gives us a chance to write reviews of such works, and reach large numbers of shoppers with the truth about the CIA and 9/11.
Amazingly, they've just posted my review entitled "Lies, Damned Lies and CIA Revelations" (see first few paragraphs below.)
You can do two things to promote 9/11 Truth here-
- Vote for this review to help keep it on the top page where book browsers will see it. The link is http://www.amazon.com/At-Center-Storm-Years-CIA/dp/0061147788
- Try your hand at posting your own reviews.
(If your review isn't posted right away, try working on it some more. I often spend a couple hours fine-tuning a review so it abides by the rules, gets past the censor, and carries a punch without being too offputting to the unaccustomed reader.)
Well, this one has put quite a few people off.
The 4 to 1 vote against me, and the praise lavished on Tenet's lies by unsuspecting reader-reviewers there, show we still have a lot of waking up to do!
3 of 15 people found the following review helpful:
Kevin Barrett has got back in the news again, and the Wisconsin TV station has put up a poll question on their website today,
"Do you think Kevin Barrett should have a teaching position next fall at UW-Madison?"
Just now there were only 314 votes, with 61% saying No Way and only 33% saying Yes, definitely.
We have a chance to turn that around.
Kevin of course is the professor and 9/11 Truth Activist who has come under heavy fire from neocons in Wisconsin who are pressing hard to have him fired for his views on 9/11.
Kevin's website is www.mujca.com, the Muslim-Jewish-Christian Alliance. He converted to Islam after marrying a Moroccan woman, and has recently taught a course on Islam at U. of Wisconsin.
There is also a great story at the above link about his upcoming trip to Morocco to "arrest a hijacker" and his challenge to debate a neocon totalitarian enemy of free speech in the Wisconsin legislature.
It is suggested in the film, Loose Change, that phone calls from airplanes are impossible and therefore that the phone calls made on 9/11 from the airplanes must have been somehow faked. Since then the research by K. Dewdney arguing against the possiblity of cell phone calls has been called into question. Also, it should be noted that Loose Change/Dewdney did not address the possibility of airphone calls, which make up the majority of the calls made on 9/11.
After studying the records of the calls in detail, I have come to the conclusion that the phone calls are indeed real. I have found that they do NOT support the official story of 19 knife-wielding Arabs, but in fact are our best evidence of what really happened on the planes.
What do you think? Were the calls real or faked? Please participate here:
This was posted by Chris to another thread at 9/11 Blogger.
I was taking a poll today that I received in my e-mail. They have sent me polls in the past and they are always very vanilla. I was shocked to see this question show up on todays poll:
U.S. government officials either planned the attacks of September 11, 2001 or did nothing to stop them because they wanted the United States to go to war in the Middle East.
Agree Strongly, Agree, Neither Agree nor Disagree, Disagree, Disagree Strongly, Don’t Know
Needless to say, I tend to forget how much of an impact people like us have been having. I NEVER would have thought PollingPoint would include a question like that. We MUST be having an impact.