ReasonReasonShortly after Edward Snowden revealed his identity 38 percent of those polled in a HuffPo/YouGov poll said that they believed the NSA whistleblower did the right thing when he released classified documents relating to American surveillance programs.

A few weeks later it appears that an increasing number of Americans believe that Snowden did the wrong thing.

From The Huffington Post:

More Americans now think Edward Snowden did the wrong thing in releasing classified documents about U.S. surveillance programs, according to a new HuffPost/YouGov poll.

According to the new poll, 38 percent of Americans think that Snowden, a former contractor for the National Security Agency, did the wrong thing, while 33 percent said he did the right thing. Still, 29 percent of Americans remain unsure about Snowden's actions.

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