Comments:Obama approval ratings hit new lows
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|Comments from feedback form - "INCOMPLETE. You didn't mention..."||0||01:47, 6 August 2010|
|Comments from feedback form - "The U.S. war in Iraq will not ..."||1||20:38, 5 August 2010|
|Comments from feedback form - ""43% of those polled say that ..."||2||14:39, 5 August 2010|
|Comments from feedback form - "Great!"||0||14:25, 5 August 2010|
|Comments from feedback form - "Th3e article is very well info..."||0||12:47, 5 August 2010|
|Comments from feedback form - "hi"||0||08:32, 5 August 2010|
The U.S. war in Iraq will not be ending. Yes, maybe U.S. Armed Forces won't be involved, but U.S. PAID PRIVATE SECURITY FORCES will be carrying on as usual. Right now, there are as many private security forces in Iraq as U.S. Soldiers.
"43% of those polled say that it was a mistake to go to war after terrorists crashed planes into the World Trade Center buildings in New York on September 11, 2001."
This sentence raised a few questions that disappointingly weren't answered in the article. What do the other 57% say? Is this higher or lower than it has been in the past few years?
I would guess the rest either think it was right or are not sure, with not sure's around 10-20% (what I usually see, anyways) The article indicated that the disapproval of the war has raised recently. It would have been something like 30%-35%-40%.
In brief to me these numbers don't tell anything. It's not like a few percentages would convince the government from doing anything, and they are too predictable.