Americans Believe U.S. International Strategy Has Backfired

January 2006
World Public Opinion Poll - Region United States & Canada;2006, p1
The article discusses the public opinion of the Americans concerning the U.S. military threats towards the resolution of international issues as shown in the poll conducted by the WorldPublicOpinion.org in the U.S. on November 21-29, 2006. Majority of the American respondents believe that the U.S. military force threat diminishes the U.S. security. Editor Steven Kull of WorldPublicOpinion.org stated the belief of the Americans on the provocation of the U.S. foreign policies to other countries.


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