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Study: Many Bush Supporters Think Iraq Had WMDs

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Study: Many Bush Supporters Think Iraq Had WMDs

Study: Many Bush Supporters Think Iraq Had WMDs

Study: Many Bush Supporters Think Iraq Had WMDs

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A new study by the Program on International Policy Attitudes (PIPA) shows that a significant number of Bush supporters continue to believe that Iraq had weapons of mass destruction. We speak with PIPA's director.

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Steven Kull, director, Program on International Policy Attitudes.

NPR's Ron Elving, senior Washington editor.

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