Report: Majority of Americans oppose both ME wars

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August 19, 2010 12:16

 
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A new CNN poll has found that a majority of Americans think that the US should not be fighting in Afghanistan and that victory there is unachievable, Iranian Press TV reported on Thursday.

According to the poll results, 62 percent of Americans believed that the war in Afghanistan should not be fought and cannot be won. Sixty-nine percent of those polled also opposed the war in Iraq and supported US President Barack Obama's withdrawal timetable from the country.

Only 30 percent of Americans support both of the two nation-building efforts.

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