I’m beginning to think that Reuters must have some secret database of polls that no one else has access to. Steve in Indy wrote in to point out this Reuters article:
But the American public has become increasingly weary of the war in which about 2,700 American troops have died and sectarian violence is rampant.
Like I pointed out yesterday (and the day before yesterday) the American public is split 49%-49% on whether it was a mistake to go to Iraq. And, in the last three Gallup polling periods, the percentage of Americans that think it was mistake to go into Iraq has decreased.
July 21-23 was when the polls started turning around — three polling periods (two months) ago. Where is Reuters getting their figures from, and why are they still publishing outdated information in their news stories?