Bush Urges Resolve in Iraq; Polls Show Doubts

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President George Bush says Sunday's Iraqi uprisings show the importance of staying the course in the face of terrorist threats. But some senators question whether the June 30 deadline for transferring power will hold. Public opinion polls also reflect unease with Bush's plans and policies. Hear NPR's David Welna, NPR's Michele Norris and Andrew Kohut of the Pew Research Center.

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