Among Key Iraq Partners, Weak Public Support for Troop Presence: Majority of Public in United Kingdom, Italy, Poland, Australia, Japan Call for Withdrawing Their Troops
Program on International Policy Attitudes (PIPA)
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Among the publics of the coalition partners in Iraq, support for their troops' presence in Iraq is quite weak. A majority of the public in the United Kingdom, Italy, Poland, Australia, and Japan call for withdrawing their troops, though in some cases this does not appear to be a demand for immediate withdrawal. A plurality of Danes call for withdrawal and a majority of South Koreans favor reduction but not withdrawal.