New Poll Gauges Opinion in Iraq In a recent opinion poll, ABC News asked more than 2,000 Iraqis about their attitudes toward the war. Gary Langer, director of polling for ABC News, discusses the responses that were gathered, and talks about how life has changed for Iraqis since the war's start.
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New Poll Gauges Opinion in Iraq

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New Poll Gauges Opinion in Iraq

New Poll Gauges Opinion in Iraq

New Poll Gauges Opinion in Iraq

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The poll, which was conducted in August, includes the views of over 2,000 Iraqis. Above, a man responds to the survey. D3 Systems/KA Research Ltd. hide caption

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In a recent opinion poll, ABC News asked over 2,000 Iraqis about their attitudes toward the war. Gary Langer, director of polling for ABC News, discusses the responses that were gathered, and talks about how life has changed for Iraqis since the war's start.

Gary Langer, director of polling for ABC News