Friday, October 22, 2004

Three of Four Bush Supporters Still Believe in Iraqi WMD, al Qaeda Ties

from this poll: "Seventy-five percent of Bush supporters said they believed that Iraq was providing “substantial” support to Al Qaeda, with 20 percent asserting that Iraq was directly involved in the 9/11 attacks on New York and the Pentagon. Sixty-three percent of Bush supporters even believed that the clear evidence of such support has actually been found, and 60 percent believe that “most experts” have reached the same conclusion."

1 comment:

Jeffrey Hill said...

I'm not sure what is meant by "substantial", but you can pretty well count me in that statistic. And I'm 100% sure Saddam had WMDs before the war...when he gassed his people. Since then, he didn't account for what happened to it. It's truly odd to see so many people ready to dismiss the notion that Saddam had anything at all. My tinfoil hat wonders what became of that material.

I'd be curious to see statistics on how many Democrat leaders are certain their were no ties to al Qaeda, or that there are significant ties between Bush and the bin Ladens or that the war was made up in Crawford, TX.