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UFO Coverup Makes Us Distrust U.S.

A new national opinion poll finds that 72% of Americans believe the government is not telling us everything it knows about UFOs. The poll reveals that more men than women think information about UFOs and ETs (66-63% vs. 54%) should be shared with the public. The younger you are, the more you think the government is withholding information about UFOs and extraterrestrial life. According to the poll, 80% of 18-24 year olds, 75% of 25-34 year olds, and 73% of 35-49 year olds say that the government is hiding information about UFOs.

This study was conducted by Roper of a representative sample of 1,021 adults ages 18 and over. The telephone interviews were conducted from August 23rd through August 25th, 2002. The margin of error for the total sample is +/- 3%.

The poll also revealed that while just over half (53%) of Americans say that their level of trust in the government has remained the same over the past five years, nearly a third (29%) say that they trust the government less than they did five years ago. We?ve long believed that the obvious burial of information on UFOs by the government has engendered government distrust in other areas, as well.

Richard Dolan has collected plenty of evidence showing the U.S. government has a lot of information about UFOs in ?UFOs and the National Security State,? click here.

See Oct. 23 news story, ?Gov. Official Wants UFO Disclosure,?click here.

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