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NPR's Kate Seelye reports on a Lebanese opinion poll published in Beirut this week showing that a vast majority of Lebanese strongly disapprove of America's foreign policy and the man behind it: President George Bush. The results are similar to an earlier Gallup poll. But these surveys suggest that despite their anger towards the U.S. government, most Arabs and Muslims deeply admire the American people and culture. (3:58)
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