Troops Sour on Iraq War, Poll Says A Military Times poll finds that troops are showing far less support for continued involvement in Iraq. The publication is read mainly by service members and retired veterans.
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Troops Sour on Iraq War, Poll Says

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Troops Sour on Iraq War, Poll Says

Troops Sour on Iraq War, Poll Says

Troops Sour on Iraq War, Poll Says

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A Military Times poll finds that troops are showing far less support for continued involvement in Iraq. The publication is read mainly by service members and retired veterans, a group that has been among President Bush's strongest supporters on Iraq policy. Robert Hodiern, editor of The Military Times, talks with Debbie Elliott about the poll's findings.