Poll: Iraqis in Baghdad positive about future (1 Viewer)

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John Corn

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Sep 6, 2003
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After five months of foreign military occupation and the ouster of Saddam Hussein, nearly two-thirds of Baghdad residents believe the removal of the Iraqi dictator has been worth the hardships they have endured, a new Gallup poll shows.

Despite the systemic collapse of government and civic institutions, a wave of looting and violence, and water and electricity shortages, 67 percent of 1,178 Iraqis told a Gallup survey team that within five years, their lives will be better than before the American and British invasion.

Only 8 percent of those queried said they believed that their lives would be worse as a result of the military campaign to remove Saddam and his Baath Party leadership from power.
It's good to see that at least most of the people living in Baghdad can see farther forward than today.

The country is better off and the world is better off.


SatelliteGuys Pro
Sep 11, 2003
I wouldn't believe any poll from this media. I file this under propaganda because I don't believe it.
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