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YouGov Cambridge Survey Results2013 Syria Iraq

YouGov Cambridge Survey Results2013 Syria Iraq

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YouGov-Cambridge Survey Results 2013 Syria and Iraq
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YouGov-Cambridge Survey Results

Great Britain: Sample Size 1684 GB Adults, Fieldwork: 10th - 11th March 2013 United States: Sample Size 1022 GB Adults, Fieldwork: 12th - 14th March 2013 Great Britain Voting intention Con Lab Lib Dem 134 112 % United States Party ID Dem Rep

Total Total

Total Total

Weighted Sample 1684 411 511 Unweighted Sample 1684 413 482 % % % Do you think the United States and Britain were right or wrong to take military action against Iraq? Right 27 37 26 Wrong 53 47 55 Don't know 20 15 18 Looking back, do you think the decision to invade Iraq has… Made the world a safer or less safe place or made no real difference? A safer place A less safe place Made no real difference Don't know Made the lives of ordinary Iraqis better or worse or made no real difference? Better Worse Made no real difference Don't know Which of the following best reflects your view? The casualties, deaths and regional instability caused by the American and British invasion of Iraq are so great that the people of Iraq would have been better off left under the rule of Saddam Hussein Despite the casualties and horrors of the war and the difficult years since, the people of Iraq are still better off today than they would have been left under the rule of Saddam Hussein Neither Don't know Looking ahead a few years, which do you think is more likely in Iraq? A peaceful democracy A permanently unstable country Don't know

Independent 236 964 369 230 267 1022 366 268 % % % %

31 54 16

41 38 21

23 53 24

72 12 16

45 44 12

14 38 40 8

20 31 43 5

15 40 40 5

17 45 30 9

23 23 38 16

13 29 41 17

47 9 33 11

23 25 40 12

24 29 31 16

33 25 30 12

27 30 30 13

28 28 28 17

29 22 25 23

15 32 26 26

52 9 24 16

29 24 28 19

21

24

20

19

17

27

2

14

41 20 18

49 15 12

42 21 16

38 23 19

46 21 17

30 26 18

74 13 11

48 23 15

12 71 17

15 74 11

16 67 17

17 65 18

13 56 31

15 56 29

13 57 30

11 59 31

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Great Britain: Sample Size 1962 GB Adults, Fieldwork: 13th - 14th March 2013 United States: Sample Size 1022 GB Adults, Fieldwork: 12th - 14th March 2013 Great Britain Voting intention Total Con Lab Lib Dem 166 159 % United States Party ID Dem Rep

Total Total

Weighted Sample 1962 460 642 Unweighted Sample 1962 441 633 % % % Below are some ways that the international community could intervene in the situation in Syria. Please say if you would support or oppose each action. Enforcing a no-fly zone over Syria so the Syrian air force cannot attack rebels or civilians from the air Support Oppose Don't know Providing arms to the Syrian rebels Support Oppose Don't know Providing "non-lethal" support to the Syrian rebels, such as medical supplies, armoured vehicles and body armour Support Oppose Don't know Sending British and allied troops into Syria to protect civilians from attack Support Oppose Don't know Sending British and allied troops into Syria to help overthrow President Bashar al-Assad Support Oppose Don't know 9 68 23 10 74 16 12 63 26

Independent 236 964 369 230 267 1022 366 268 % % % %

61 18 21 16 57 27

67 16 17 14 63 23

61 19 20 18 55 27

66 14 20 25 51 24

50 18 32 16 45 39

53 12 35 17 36 47

49 19 32 16 52 32

56 21 23 21 50 29

57 22 21

63 19 18

58 23 20

74 11 16

45 24 31

51 14 35

41 29 30

53 26 21

23 55 22

23 60 17

25 53 22

26 49 24

27 33 40

28 30 43

28 34 37

30 35 35

10 67 23

16 42 42

14 40 46

22 40 38

17 47 35

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