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25 September 2004

U.S. divided on value of Iraq war

The attitude of U.S. residents toward the Iraq war is evenly divided and very stable, a New York state pollster said Tuesday.
A Harris Poll survey of 1,018 adults conducted Sept. 9-13 found 43 percent think the war is helping fight global terrorism and 41 percent think it is weakening that effort.
The poll also found 45 percent of respondents believe the U.S. government deliberately exaggerated reports of weapons of mass destruction to increase support for the war while 46 percent believe the government tried to accurately present the information it had.
Such close divisions among potential voters have been seen in recent polls, indicating respondents are not being swayed by public events, either political or military, Harris said.
The poll has a margin of sampling error of plus or minus three percentage points.

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