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67% See Bush Team Hiding Enron Data

January 27, 2002|Associated Press

Sixty-seven percent of Americans believe the Bush administration is either hiding something or lying about its relationship with Enron Corp., up from 53% the week before, says a CBS-New York Times poll released Saturday.

And 7 in 10 believe the accounting practices that led to the energy trading company's collapse are widespread in corporate America, a Time-CNN poll found.

The CBS-New York Times poll of 1,034 adults was conducted Monday through Thursday and has a margin of error of plus or minus 3 percentage points. The Time-CNN poll of 1,017 adults, released Friday, was taken Wednesday and Thursday and has an error margin of 3.1 percentage points.

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