Polls Reveal Conflicted American Views on Iraq Over the past year, public opinion polls have shown American support for the war in Iraq has fluctuated with the news. Support hit an all-time low in June, with a majority of respondents saying going to war was a mistake. But recent polls suggest new hope among Americans that the recent transfer of sovereignty in Iraq will result in a truly democratic country. Hear NPR's Juan Williams and Andy Kohut of the Pew Research Center.
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Polls Reveal Conflicted American Views on Iraq

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Polls Reveal Conflicted American Views on Iraq

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Over the past year, public opinion polls have shown American support for the war in Iraq has fluctuated with the news. Support hit an all-time low in June, with a majority of respondents saying going to war was a mistake. But recent polls suggest new hope among Americans that the recent transfer of sovereignty in Iraq will result in a truly democratic country. Hear NPR's Juan Williams and Andy Kohut of the Pew Research Center.