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.



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