Post-ABC poll: U.S. involvement in Syria

Poll Questions

Q: Do you support or oppose the Obama administration's decision to recognize an organization of Syrian rebel groups as the legitimate government of Syria?

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Q: Do you think the U.S. military should or should not get involved in the situation in Syria?

Q: What if the Syrian government uses chemical weapons against its people? In that case would you support or oppose U.S. military involvement in Syria? (Asked of half sample)

Q: What if the Syrian government loses control of its chemical weapons stockpile? In that case would you support or oppose U.S. military involvement in Syria? (Asked of half sample)

Q: What if U.S. military aircraft were used to create a no-fly zone, but no ground troops were involved? In that case would you support or oppose U.S. military involvement in Syria? (Asked of half sample)

Q: What if Syria attacked neighboring countries that are U.S. allies? In that case would you support or oppose U.S. military involvement in Syria? (Asked of half sample)

Q: In the long run, do you think the outcome of the unrest in Syria will help or hurt U.S. political and economic interests in the region? (Asked of half sample)

Q: In the long run, do you think the outcome of the unrest in Syria will help or hurt the ability of the U.S. to fight terrorist groups based in the region? (Asked of half sample)

Q: Now thinking about the region more broadly, in the long run, do you think the outcome of the unrest in the Middle East and North Africa will help or hurt U.S. political and economic interests in the region? (Asked of half sample)

Q: Now thinking about the region more broadly, do you think the outcome of the unrest in the Middle East and North Africa will help or hurt the ability of the U.S. to fight terrorist groups in these countries? (Asked of half sample)

 
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