War-mongering apparently is not as popular among Americans as it used to be.


HERE‘s the latest evidence:


More Americans agree with President Barack Obama’s views on Iraq than those of Sen. John McCain, a new poll says.


According to a Public Policy Polling survey released Tuesday, 54 percent of voters say they agree more with the president on Iraq, compared with 28 percent who said they agree more with McCain.


Before answering the question, respondents were told about the president’s announcement Friday that he will not send U.S. combat troops back into Iraq. They were also told that McCain believes that the Obama administration should not have withdrawn from Iraq and should have instead left a residual force there.


The poll also reports that voters overwhelmingly oppose sending U.S. combat troops into the country. Seventy-four percent of respondents say they oppose sending combat troops into Iraq, compared with just 16 percent of voters who support that plan.


 

War-mongering apparently is not as popular among Americans as it used to be.

HERE‘s the latest evidence:

More Americans agree with President Barack Obama’s views on Iraq than those of Sen. John McCain, a new poll says.

According to a Public Policy Polling survey released Tuesday, 54 percent of voters say they agree more with the president on Iraq, compared with 28 percent who said they agree more with McCain.

Before answering the question, respondents were told about the president’s announcement Friday that he will not send U.S. combat troops back into Iraq. They were also told that McCain believes that the Obama administration should not have withdrawn from Iraq and should have instead left a residual force there.

The poll also reports that voters overwhelmingly oppose sending U.S. combat troops into the country. Seventy-four percent of respondents say they oppose sending combat troops into Iraq, compared with just 16 percent of voters who support that plan.