More than half of Britons would support some kind of passenger profiling by the security services, a new poll suggests.
A survey for the Specatator finds that 55 per cent would back targeting counter-terrorism measures at people based on their background or appearance.
Twenty-nine per cent said they would not support such a move and 16 per cent said they did not know. Younger people were most likely to oppose profiling, the poll finds. [Link]
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