We are now the majority.
THE WAR IN IRAQ: THE BUSH ADMINISTRATION VS. CONGRESS
April 9-12, 2007
Even though most Americans believe the recent political stalemate between the President and Congress over the war funding bill is having a negative impact on the morale of U.S. troops in Iraq, most Americans agree with the Democrats in Congress that the U.S. should set a timetable for the withdrawal of U.S. troops from Iraq sometime next year.
Republicans remain optimistic about President Bush’s deployment of additional troops to Iraq and about the prospects for success there. However, a majority of Americans overall believes that the war is going badly, the troop increase is not helping, and that the prospects for success in Iraq are dim. And a record number cite the war as the country’s most important problem.