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posted 16 June 2004 04:27 AM      Profile for Cueball   Author's Homepage     Send New Private Message      Edit/Delete Post
Poll of Iraqis Reveals Anger Toward U.S.

Nearly half of Iraqis said they felt unsafe in their neighborhoods. And 55 percent of Iraqis reported they'd feel safer if U.S. troops immediately left, nearly double the 28 percent who felt that way in January. Forty-one percent said Americans should leave immediately, and 45 percent said they preferred for U.S. forces to leave as soon as a permanent Iraqi government is installed.

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