I suspect the view that the NSA is in the wrong here is from a distinct but vocal minority, the rest don't care or actively support.
I spoke to my former US boss last year around the time the Snowden leaks came out. His view was fully supportive of the NSA as the ROW is full of "bad guys" and he expected the US "good guys" to do whatever it takes.
All of the brouhaha is really unnecessary:-
1. Governments need to protect their interests
2. To achieve this they spy on each other and as they don't trust the public they spy on them.
3. They will use their authority to oblige the tech companies to make it easier to do #2.
4. Voting only changes who sits in the posh seats in national Parliaments; #1 stays the same.