NEW YORK -- Two-thirds of Americans polled last month said they support the idea of televising executions -- and 21 percent said they'd pay to watch Osama bin Laden put to death.
Eleven percent said they would pay to see Saddam Hussein executed.
The opinions on executions came in a poll taken by Harris Interactive for the Trio cable channel.
Even though the poll found support for the idea, 54 percent said they wouldn't watch an execution on television.
Harris Interactive interviewed 1,017 Americans aged 18 or older at random Jan. 24-26. The margin of error for the sample is plus or minus 3.1 percentage points.