Americans Favor More U.S. Action in Darfur: Support U.S. Enforcement of No-Fly Zone and Sending NATO Troops
Program on International Policy Attitudes (PIPA)
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The crisis in Sudan’s western Darfur region, which began in 2003, has largely been pushed off the international news pages by escalating violence in Iraq and tension over Iran’s nuclear program. Yet despite Americans’ weariness of the Iraq war, a new poll by Zogby International finds strong support for greater efforts to stop the killing—what many, including the Bush administration, call a genocide—in Darfur.