U.S. Public Supports Putting Iraq Operation Under U.N. September 12, 2003 Operation Perceived As Not Going Well But Support for Staying Course Still Strong Questionnaire A strong majority of Americans would apparently support the president’s September 7 proposal to get U.N. backing and more international participation for the Iraq operation.
Americans on Iran July 31, 2003 US Public Opposes War With Iran Full Report Questionnaire A new PIPA/Knowledge Networks poll and an analysis of polling from other organizations reveal that a large majority opposes going to war with Iran. At the same time a majority would consider using limited military
Americans on Intervention in Liberia July 31, 2003 Support for Contributing US Troops to Liberia Soft but Growing Questionnaire A poll on contributing US troops to a UN peacekeeping operation in Liberia, conducted by Gallup July 25-27, finds a strong 63% approving – up from 57% when Gallup asked the
U.S. Public Favors Putting Iraq Operation Under U.N. If Other Countries Will Contribute Troops July 23, 2003 Growing Pessimism About Reconstruction Effort, But Little Desire to Withdraw Full Report Questionnaire Seven in 10 Americans say that the United States should be willing to put the entire Iraq operation under the
U.S. Public Supports Expanding Afghanistan U.N. Peacekeeping Force Beyond Kabul July 8, 2003 Willing to Contribute U.S. Troops Questionnaire A new PIPA/Knowledge Networks poll finds that a two-thirds majority—66 percent—says that the United States should approve of the expansion of the UN peacekeeping force beyond Kabul so as to cover