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Submitted by Janine on Tue, 16/03/2004 - 11:24

In reply to by Daniel_Randall

An opinion poll has shown that "Although 51 percent oppose the presence of coalition forces, only 15 percent want them to leave now". Which I guess show that it is possible to oppose the occupation without feeling the need to demand that the troops leave immediately, unconditionally. I should think that the 36% gap between the one statistic and the other represents people who are thinking about the *consequences* of immediate withdrawal rather than its propaganda value.

Or will the 'anti-imperialist' left denounce 36% of Iraqis with the same venom it reserves for the AWL?
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