U.S. Public Opinion In Line With Iraq Study Group’s Proposals: Americans Strongly Endorse Engaging Iran and Syria, Holding International Conference on Iraq Majority Favors Timeline for U.S. Withdrawal of Two Years or Less
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A new poll by WorldPublicOpinion.org finds that three out of four Americans believe that in order to stabilize Iraq the United States should enter into talks with Iran and Syria, and eight in ten support an international conference on Iraq. A majority also opposes keeping U.S. forces in Iraq indefinitely and instead supports committing to a timetable for their withdrawal within two years or less.