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CNN Poll: Nearly two-thrids of Americans think Iraq is in civil war
WASHINGTON (CNN) -- A majority of Americans believe the communal strife in war-torn
Iraq is a civil war, and the citizenry maintains negative opinions of three
major architects of the U.S.-led operation there -- President Bush, Vice
President Dick Cheney and Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld, a CNN poll said
Thursday.

DCNN POLL

September 22-24

Is Iraq in a Civil War?

Now April
Yes 65% 56%
No 29% 33%

Sampling error: +/-3% pts

QUESTION: Do you think Iraq is currently engaged in a civil war, or do you not think Iraq is currently engaged in a civil war? (APRIL RESULTS FROM A LOS ANGELES TIMES/BLOOMBERG POLL)

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