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Washington Post-ABC News Poll: War Support Widespread

Monday, April 7, 2003

Results shown are based on a Washington Post-ABC News telephone poll conducted April 2 - 6 among 1,030 randomly selected adults nationwide. The margin of sampling error for results shown ranges from plus or minus 3 to 12 percentage points, depending on the size of the demographic subsample. Sampling error is only one of many potential sources of error in this or any other public opinion poll. Interviewing was conducted by TNS Intersearch of Horsham, Pa.

Q: Do you support or oppose the United States having gone to war with Iraq?

	
						All Americans
	Support 				77%
        Oppose					16
	No opinion				 7

				         	% support
Conservative Republicans			99%
Republicans: all/men/women			95
Moderate Republicans				92
All conservatives				88
45-54 year olds					87
Men						82
Whites						81
Southerners					80
High School graduate				79
Have family or friend serving in Middle East	79
Northeasterners					78
Political moderates				78
35-44 year olds					77
Midwesterners					77
18-34 year olds					76
Some college or college grads			76
Less than high school education			73
Women						72
65 year olds +					72
55-64 year olds					71
Democratic men					71
Westerners					70
Moderate Democrats				67
All Democrats					65
Liberals					63
Democratic women				60
Liberal Democrats				52
African Americans				49


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