Muslim Support for Bush May Soften in 2004 Muslims in the United States voted overwhelmingly for President Bush in the 2000 election, but recent polls suggest that support is significantly weaker this year. Many American Muslims say concerns over the war in Iraq, and civil liberties at home, could change the way they vote in 2004. Michael Leland of Michigan Radio reports.
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Muslim Support for Bush May Soften in 2004

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Muslims in the United States voted overwhelmingly for President Bush in the 2000 election, but recent polls suggest that support is significantly weaker this year. Many American Muslims say concerns over the war in Iraq, and civil liberties at home, could change the way they vote in 2004. Michael Leland of Michigan Radio reports.