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    Liberia


Polls listed chronologically. Data are from nationwide surveys of Americans 18 & older.

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CNN/USA Today/Gallup Poll. Aug. 25-26, 2003. N=1,009 adults nationwide. MoE 3.

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"Would you favor or oppose the presence of U.S. ground troops, along with troops from other countries, in an international peacekeeping force in Liberia?"

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Favor Oppose Unsure
% % %
8/25-26/03 61 33 6
7/25-27/03 63 30 7
7/7-9/03 57 36 7

 

CNN/USA Today/Gallup Poll. July 25-27, 2003. N=1,006 adults nationwide. MoE 3.

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"How closely would you say you have followed the news about the current situation in the African country of Liberia: very closely, somewhat closely, not too closely, or not at all?"

Very
Closely
Somewhat
Closely
Not Too
Closely
Not At
All
% % % %
7/25-27/03 13 33 30 24
7/7-9/03 10 37 29 24

 

Program on International Policy Attitudes/Knowledge Networks Poll. July 11-20, 2003. N=1,066 adults nationwide. This survey was fielded by Knowledge Networks using its nationwide research panel. Knowledge Networks employs a random-digit-dial telephone methodology to develop a representative sample of households for participation in its panel. Participants receive free hardware and free Internet access. Surveys are administered via interactive TV devices.

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"President Bush is considering sending approximately 2,000 marines to Liberia to be part of a UN peacekeeping mission along with several thousand troops from other countries. Would you approve or disapprove of this?" 3/4 sample (MoE 3.5)

Approve Disap-
prove
No
Answer
% % %
7/03 48 41 10

 

Time/CNN Poll conducted by Harris Interactive. July 16-17, 2003. Nationwide.

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"As you may know, the United States has been asked to contribute military troops to an international peacekeeping force to deal with the situation in Liberia. Do you favor or oppose sending about a hundred troops into Liberia for a few months or less?" Form A (N=501)

Favor Oppose Not Sure
% % %
7/03 43 50 7

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"As you may know, the United States has been asked to contribute military troops to an international peacekeeping force to deal with the situation in Liberia. Do you favor or oppose sending about a thousand troops into Liberia for a year or more?" Form B (N=503)

Favor Oppose Not Sure
% % %
7/03 35 57 8

 

ABC News/Washington Post Poll. July 9-10, 2003. N=1,006 adults nationwide. MoE 3.

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"Would you support or oppose sending up to 2,000 U.S. troops to the African nation of Liberia as part of an international force to help enforce a cease-fire in the civil war there?"

Support Oppose Unsure
% % %
7/03 41 51 8

 


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