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The Impact of the Debate over the Iraq Supplemental Appropriations Bill
Thursday, April 05 2007

Democracy Corps and Greenberg Quinlan Rosner conducted a national survey March 20-25, 2007 of 1,526 likely voters. This survey, which fielded after the House passed the Iraq Supplemental Appropriations Bill and before the Senate passed its version setting a March 2008 departure goal, shows that opinions of President Bush and his Iraq policy continues to worsen while support for troop reduction is at its strongest level since the war began. In their report on the survey findings, Stan Greenberg, James, Carville, and Ana Iparraguirre discuss the various dynamics surrounding the Iraq debate, including voters' desire for Congress to force a change to Bush's Iraq policy.