TITLE

Poll: Americans Love Coulter Columns!

AUTHOR(S)
Coulter, Ann
PUB. DATE
March 2006
SOURCE
Human Events;3/27/2006, Vol. 62 Issue 11, p6
SOURCE TYPE
Periodical
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
The article focuses on the New York Times/CBS News public opinion poll concerning the U.S. support for the Iraq War. According to the polls, the public's feeling about the war in Iraq began with fear, skepticism and dread. If these poll results were accurate, support for the war should be about negative 3,000%. Despite the fact that--according to the polls--the people are fed up with the war in Iraq, only a few hundred anti-war protesters showed up in New York City. The naked cowboy in Times Square gets a bigger crowd than that. Despite the fact that polls show the public is ready to throw in the towel on Iraq, members of the House of Representatives voted 403 to 3 against withdrawing the troop.
ACCESSION #
20321599

 

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