Reduction in favor of Afghan war in U.S. : Review report
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Reduction in favor of Afghan war in U.S. : Review report

Washington : DC : USA | Mar 27, 2012 at 1:13 PM PDT
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Ahsan Premee

Associated Press Service

A decade-long war in Afghanistan and its associated violence in the USA has declined significantly in favor of the war. The disclosure of U.S. newspaper New York Times and CBS News recently been reviewed in the report.

More than two-thirds in the survey or report (69 percent) said that America should fight this war four months ago, a survey of the Afghan war opponents in the U.S. rate was 53 percent.

Involvement in the Afghan war against the United States became more evident when the people asked this question in his fight to see how they progress.

68 percent say the war is very bad performance in a survey conducted in November last year, 42 percent on the progress in fighting insecurity was expressed.

Recent reviews of 986 adults across the U.S. during March 25 to 21 were questioned by telephone.

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