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Gallup: calls for troop withdrawal “increase significantly as educational level increases"

A new Gallup poll finds that roughly 2 in 3 Americans urge a U.S. withdrawal from Iraq, with 31% wanting this to start immediately.

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Results showed that almost 1 in 3 want to "pull the troops out and come home," as soon as possible. About the same number seem to wish for a gradual pullout. The remaining one-third back the present course or want to "finish what we started."

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As usual, the poll showed liberals and Democrats strongly backing a pullout and conservatives/Republicans urging stay-the-course. Newport writes: "Suggestions that the United States engage in some type of gradual withdrawal increase significantly as educational level increases."
Need I say more?


At Saturday, July 08, 2006, Anonymous romunov said...

The people you're targetting won't understand anyway. :P

At Saturday, July 08, 2006, Blogger qrswave said...

good one...:)

At Saturday, July 08, 2006, Anonymous Anonymous said...


The low life ass-holes that are involved in this whole mess, they should all be standing behind prison bars! People are going to be fucked-up for decades because the whole war is ONE BIG MOTHER-FUCKING LIE!! Pull out? The only difference between Iraq and Vietnam is the Iraqi's are gonna seek justice. In a court of law.

Billy Geier

At Saturday, July 08, 2006, Anonymous Anonymous said...

When the world demands legal accountability from the neo-con whores, we as a nation should gratefully turn them over for the sake of truth, justice and the american way! No place to hide GWB & co!

At Saturday, July 08, 2006, Anonymous Anonymous said...

It would be interesting to know what the answers would have been likehad they added on:

If you approve of the war, then would your approval change if
- you had to go?
- someone close to you had to go?
- if the president or his family had to go?

At Sunday, July 09, 2006, Blogger Citisucks said...

It should be noted that the Green Party always oppossed the war against dissent, non-white people, and the poor (formerly known as the middle class). It is time to start supporting the party that always oppossed the corporate terrorist in chief.


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