Gallup Poll: Support Falling for War in Iraq A Gallup poll shows 6 in 10 Americans say the U.S. should withdraw some or all troops from Iraq. In February, less than half of those surveyed by Gallup offered that opinion.
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Gallup Poll: Support Falling for War in Iraq

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Gallup Poll: Support Falling for War in Iraq

Gallup Poll: Support Falling for War in Iraq

Gallup Poll: Support Falling for War in Iraq

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U.S. soldiers from the 3rd Infantry Division prepare to raid a house in central Baghdad in this handout photo taken on June 6. Reuters hide caption

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A poll released Monday by the Gallup organization shows that 6 in 10 Americans say the United States should withdraw some or all troops from Iraq. In February, less than half of those surveyed by Gallup offered that opinion.

A poll by The Washington Post and ABC and another by the Pew Research Center also indicate a drop in public support for the war.