Greg Sargent looks at a new NYT poll on torture:

The relevant numbers are buried in the poll’s internals [pdf]: Seventy one percent think waterboarding is torture, while only 26% say it isn’t. Intriguingly, the paper’s article about the poll doesn’t mention this finding, perhaps because that might have necessitated using the word “torture.”

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