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Half the citizens of the Middle East and North Africa would not vote in the US election if given the chance, highlighting the regional unpopularity of both candidates in the presidential race, an Arab News/YouGov poll has found. The survey conducted by YouGov MENA of 3,017 people found a region divided over the ...
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87% of online respondents say drone attacks are not acceptable at all in Pakistan. 24% of online respondents feel Pakistan’s government had ignored or condemned the drone attacks. 47% claim drone attacks in Pakistan are acceptable for the purpose of eliminating terrorists. Since 2004, the United States has conducted hundreds ...
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Many Americans think that Vladimir Putin was the most effective leader during the Syrian chemical weapons crisis, while approval for how Obama handled the crisis is still low. Although Syria appears to have met the first deadline in its agreement with the United States and Russia, beginning the process of ...
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These are the topline results of a YouGov/Huffington Post survey of 1000 US adults interviewed September 9 - 10, 2013 on Syria. The results show that Americans are opposed to air strikes, particularly if the Assad regime gives up its chemical weapons. The margin of error is 4 per cent. ...
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Just one in four British adults support the United States carrying out missile attacks against Syria – even if Britain has no part in it Ahead of a Congressional vote to approve Barack Obama’s plans for a "limited" US strike against Syria, a new YouGov poll for the Sunday Times finds that ...
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Americans tend to support most US military interventions of the past 30 years, but Iraq is still highly divisive.  President Obama is heading to Congress in the coming days to seek approval for a military attack on Syria after the Assad regime used chemical weapons in rebel-held areas in Damascus ...
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