Web Activity 3 For assignment three, I chose the survey titled “Public Support for War Resilient: Bush’s Standing Improves.” One of the most interesting thing I found from reading the findings of this survey was taken from the first sentence of the article; that at the time that this survey was taken (April, May, and June of 2004), Americans were paying less attention to Iraq than they had been in the previous two months, and how their overall opinions about the war became more positive. It was a significant drop in viewing also, in April and May, 54% of the people polled said that they were following the news from Iraq very closely, and 33% said they were following the news fairly closely. In June, the people polled reported that only 39% of them were following the news from Iraq very closely, and 42% were following the news fairly closely. This surprises me, because it really seemed like people are becoming more interested in the war in Iraq, so I guess I would have assumed the numbers would have been more flip-flopped. I think this has
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