After the surge of troops was implemented, President Obama announced that some ofthose troops would begin coming home in the summer of 2011.American opinion is divided on this timetable.
One-quarter of U.S. adults (25%) say all U.S. troops should come home now while22% believe there should be no timetable for troops to come home.One in five Americans (19%) believe this is a good timetable for U.S. troops tocome home, while 17% say some troops should come home before 2011 and 14%are not sure.In January, over one-quarter of Americans (27%) believed there should be notimetable for U.S. troops to come home, while less than one-in five (18%) believedall U.S. troops should come home now.These are some of the results of The Harris Poll of 2,227 adults surveyed onlinebetween June 14 and 21, 2010 by Harris Interactive.
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