Polls: American Resolve over Iraq Remains Steady American public opinion shifts as the war enters its second week. New polls show the number of Americans who think the war is going well is down from 70 percent to 38 percent. Still, seven out of 10 Americans remain confident the U.S. made the right decision by invading Iraq. Hear NPR's Michele Norris.
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Polls: American Resolve over Iraq Remains Steady

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Polls: American Resolve over Iraq Remains Steady

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Polls: American Resolve over Iraq Remains Steady

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American public opinion shifts as the war enters its second week. New polls show the number of Americans who think the war is going well is down from 70 percent to 38 percent. Still, seven out of 10 Americans remain confident the U.S. made the right decision by invading Iraq. Hear NPR's Michele Norris.

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