Americans Want to Begin Drawdown of Troops in Iraq but Not a Quick Pullout March 15, 2006 Confidence in Success of Mission Low and Getting Lower Full Report Questionnaire A large majority of Americans want to begin drawing down US troops in Iraq, although only one in four favors a
Two in Three Americans Call Iraq a War of Choice, Not Necessity March 15, 2006 Majority Now Says That Iraq Had No WMD Program But Still Divided on Whether Iraq Supported al-Qaeda Bush Administration Perceived as Still Saying Iraq Had Major WMD Program and Supported al-Qaeda Full Report Questionnaire By
Publics in Western Countries Disapprove of Muhammad Cartoons February 16, 2006 But Right to Publish Widely Defended By Angela Stephens Published 2/16/2006 An analysis of polls on the worldwide uproar over the publication of cartoons satirizing the Prophet Muhammad shows that the prevailing attitude across several Western nations–Norway, Britain, France,
WPO Poll: Afghan Public Overwhelmingly Rejects al-Qaeda, Taliban January 30, 2006 Strongly Supports US and International Presence Believes Pakistan Is Allowing Taliban to Operate There Questionnaire/Methodology A new WorldPublicOpinion.org poll of the Afghan public finds an overwhelming majority opposes al-Qaeda and the Taliban, endorses the overthrow of the Taliban and
U.S. Public Rejects Using Military Force to Promote Democracy September 29, 2005 Rejects Democratization as Rationale for Iraq War Full Report Questionnaire A new poll finds that a majority of Americans reject the idea of using military force to promote democracy. Only 35% favored using military force to overthrow dictators.