One-in-four voters is now prepared to take military action against Iraq or Syria if al-Qaeda-led forces win control there. The latest Rasmussen Reports national telephone survey finds that 40% of Likely U.S. Voters oppose U.S. military action against Syria or Iraq if either of those countries is taken over by al Qaeda or related terrorists. Twenty-five percent (25%) favor military action given this scenario. A sizable 34% are undecided.
After the great results America has had with one-hand-tied-behind-the-back military interventions and democracy initiatives, I’m somewhat surprised to find that even 25% favor more of the same.