Eric Dienstfrey | July 11, 2007
Additional results to the new USA Today/Gallup national survey of 1,014 adults (conducted 7/6 through 7/8) finds:
- 62% think "the United States made a mistake in sending troops to Iraq" -- "the first time Gallup has shown opposition to the war exceeding the 60% level;" 36% say it was not.
- 22% say "the increase in the number of U.S. troops in Iraq" is making the situation better, 25% say it is making the situation worse; 51% say it is not making much difference.
- 71% favor "removing all U.S. troops from Iraq by April 1st of next year, except for a limited number that would be involved in counter-terrorism efforts;" 26% oppose.