Americans Continue to Believe Iraq Supported Al-Qaeda, Had WMD April 22, 2004 Few Perceive Experts as Saying Contrary Full Report Questionnaire A new PIPA/Knowledge Networks poll finds that a large majority perceives the Bush administration making assertions about pre-war Iraq in sharp contrast to the conclusions of the 9/11 Commission
U.S. Public Believes Many Countries Still Secretly Pursuing WMD April 15, 2004 Favors Addressing Problem by Enhanced Arms Control Efforts Rather Than Military Threats Full Report Questionnaire Despite recent progress in Pakistan, Libya and Iran in stemming the spread of weapons of mass destruction, the median American estimates that there
Americans Reevaluate Going to War with Iraq November 13, 2003 Majority Believes US Acted on Incorrect Assumptions in Rush to War Full Report Questionnaire According to a new PIPA-Knowledge Networks poll, a majority of Americans (55%) believe that the Bush administration went to war on the basis of incorrect assumptions.
Misperceptions, the Media and the Iraq War October 2, 2003 Study Finds Widespread Misperceptions on Iraq Highly Related to Support for War Full Report Questionnaire A new study based on a series of seven US polls conducted from January through September of this year reveals that before and after the
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.