Poll On Americans Attitude To Syria Pull-out

by | Oct 14, 2019

Of course their is a partisan divide among Republicans and Democrats.

Among Democrats, 57 percent say they feel it was wrong to remove U.S. troops from the region. Despite criticism from leading Republicans, only 16 percent of GOP supporters think the withdrawal was the wrong call.

Their is a large percentage of people that are undecided.  Independents are fairly split on the issue but even among independents, a large percent were undecided.  Of course polls are only a snap-shot in time.

 

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