I will not waste vast amounts of space repeating what most people have read at great length. I am phrasing my question to refer to the NSA, though doubtless there is an alphabet soup of government agencies here and abroad in involved in the same matters. I deliberately do not refer to Snowden and his predecessors and hopefully successors (I have an opinion here) in the title; Snowden, et al., are not the issue here.
The issue is the massive and systematic recording of some sort of information from really large numbers of people almost all of whom are not suspected of being criminals. This recording could be done as now, or not, and for each choice there would be consequences.
The question is whether or not you find the current situation to the extent you know about it to be acceptable or unacceptable, and by a little or a lot. "somewhat acceptable" or "somewhat unacceptable" implies that you do or do not approve of the situation, but are not motivated to do something about it. "quite acceptable" or "quite unacceptable" means that you do or do not approve, and are motivated enough to take concrete actions to maintain the status quo (or get more of the same), or to take concrete actions to change the situation in the privacy direction.
Discussing your answer may give people an understanding of your thoughts, and ideas for ways to repeat the poll with a more clever set of choices. If there is enough interest, perhaps PPP will poll something professionally