Gallup Poll Finds 51-44 Percent for Exit Strategy
A CNN / USA Today / Gallup poll released on June 27, 2005, found 51% of Americans want to see the US set a timetable for removal of troops from Iraq, versus 44% who said they are willing to see US troops in Iraq for "several more years." 53% said they thought the invasion of Iraq was a mistake, 46% said it was the right thing to do.
The poll was released on the eve of President Bush's nationally-televised speech from Fort Bragg, NC.
The poll also found that 46% of Americans believe the war has made the US less safe, versus 43% who believe it has made us safer.
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