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Friday, December 02, 2005

Rasmussen Reports: 48% Say U.S. Winning War on Terror.... 28% Say Terrorists Winning

Great news from a credible polling source!

RasmussenReports Monthly Update shows that Americans have gained a much higher level of confidence in the fact that the U.S. and its Allies are winning the 'War on Terror.'

This is a fact that Democrats don't want any of us to know. So, they keep on carping away, even in the face of evidence otherwise, that we have lost the war and need to pull out all our troops.... a la Vietnam.... tuck our tails, and slink home in abject surrender.

After all, the politically self-serving of the disloyal hard-left opposition cannot afford for a Republican President to win two wars in WWIII against extreme fundamental Islamic terrorism. Soooo....., their anti-war assault rages on.... ad infinitum.... ad nauseum, too.

More below or at the above link.
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"....Confidence in the War on Terror is up sharply compared to a month ago. Forty-eight percent (48%) Americans now believe the U.S. and its Allies are winning. That's up nine points from 39% a month ago and represents the highest level of confidence measured in 2005.

Just 28% now believe the terrorists are winning, down six points from 34% a month ago. The survey was conducted on Wednesday and Thursday night following the President's speech outlining his strategy in Iraq.

Huge partisan divisions on questions dealing with Iraq remain. Seventy-four percent (74%) of Republicans believe the U.S. and its allies are winning. That's up from 64% a month ago.

Just 28% of Democrats believe the U.S. is winning while 45% of Nancy Pelosi's party believe the terrorists are winning. Even that is a more optimistic assessment than last month when just 19% of Democrats said the U.S. was winning."

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