Post by PPP summer fellow John Willingham:
This week’s poll shows that North Carolinians are becoming increasingly frustrated about the situation in
Much of this frustration and confusion most likely stems from the fact that winning and losing is difficult to judge in a counterinsurgency operation. For the past five years, the
Obviously, the crosstabs in this most recent poll reveal the polarizing nature of the Iraq War. The numbers show that Republicans and conservatives are much more likely to think the
The Evangelical measure was not as predictive as I initially thought. Once again, then number of “born again” Christians in the survey was extremely high and can almost be taken with a grain of salt; however, when forced to decide on the issue of U.S. involvement in Iraq, “born again” Christians were split over whether the U.S. did the right thing or should have stayed out.
Full results here.