Americans want diplomacy on Syria, are unmoved by Obama speech: Reuters/Ipsos poll




 
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Americans want diplomacy on Syria, are unmoved by Obama speech: Reuters/Ipsos poll
 
September 13th, 2013  
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Topic: Americans want diplomacy on Syria, are unmoved by Obama speech: Reuters/Ipsos poll


Americans want diplomacy on Syria, are unmoved by Obama speech: Reuters/Ipsos poll
By Gabriel Debenedetti WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Three-quarters of Americans support efforts to resolve the crisis in Syria through an international agreement to control chemical weapons, according to a new Reuters/Ipsos poll that shows steady opposition to U.S. military action. The poll of 776 Americans, conducted over three days this week, indicates that just 25 percent of Americans oppose diplomacy to deal with the crisis that was ignited by the August 21 chemical attack in a Damascus suburb that U.S. officials say killed more than 1,400 adults and children. ...




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