Poll: Iraq War Support Steady in Face of Higher Casualties

Source Organization: Pew Research Center


09/17/2004 - The latest nationwide poll by the Pew Research Center for the People & the Press found that most Americans think that the United States is winning the war on terrorism, and a solid majority believes that Al Qaeda and related terrorist groups are weaker now than they were before the Sept. 11 attacks. In addition, somewhat more Americans believe the war in Iraq has helped the war on terrorism rather than hurt that effort (46 percent helped, 40 percent hurt).The poll, conducted among 2,003 adults from Sept. 8-13, finds most public attitudes on the war in Iraq remaining stable. But there has been a significant increase in the percentage who see the level of American military casualties rising.

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