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Americans Reevaluate Going to War with Iraq: Majority Believes US Acted on Incorrect Assumptions in Rush to War

By Program on International Policy Attitudes (PIPA)

Abstract

According to a new PIPA-Knowledge Networks poll, a majority of Americans (55%) believe that the Bush administration went to war on the basis of incorrect assumptions. An overwhelming 87% said that, before the war, the Bush administration portrayed Iraq as an imminent threat, while a majority (58%) believes that the administration did not have evidence for this and only 42% believe that it was the case. A majority believes that the US went to war precipitously, with 61% saying that the US should have taken more time to find out if Iraq had weapons of mass destruction and 59% saying it should have taken more time to build international support

Topics: United States, Iraq
Year: 2003
OAI identifier: oai:drum.lib.umd.edu:1903/10197
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