Polls: Americans Blasé About U.S. Claims on Iraqi Arms

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As lawmakers question intelligence claims of Iraqi weapons of mass destruction, some surveys and analysts suggest that the public is largely unconcerned. While more Americans are willing to believe the administration may have overestimated Iraqi weapons, polls show the doubts have not caused large numbers of people to reconsider their support for the war itself. Hear NPR's Mara Liasson.

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