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Tuesday, January 02, 2007

"If a Military Times poll falls in a forest..."

I just had to steal that headline from this article by Steve Benen at Washington Monthly:
IF A MILITARY TIMES POLL FALLS IN A FOREST.... Following up on an item from the weekend, the Military Times newspapers published a massive new poll after questioning 6,000 randomly selected active-duty members of the Armed Forces. The results ran counter to much of the conventional wisdom -- barely one in three service members approve of the way the president is handling the war; a majority believe it was wrong to go into Iraq in the first place; and a plurality reject the notion of sending additional troops into the war.

For reasons that are unclear, the media seems to have missed the poll entirely. (more...)

Yep, real unclear.

(Hmmm, I wonder if that's a note of sarcasm in Steve's post?)

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