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ROBBINS cites U.S. progress on war in Iraq (Washington State voters)
  Jun 17, 2006

This is a random sample of 1,028 ‘voters’ in the State of Washington, U.S.A. undertaken between June 12-17, 2006. This ROBBINS poll features a margin of error of 3.25%, 19 times out of 20 @98% competency. Glen P. Robbins and Associates paid for this poll.

Question #1
At this point in time how would you measure your personal support for a continuation of U.S. foreign policy in the Middle East including the war in Iraq?
I am very supportive of the continuation of the War in Iraq    11 %
I am supportive of the continuation of the War in Iraq    28 %
I am not supportive of the continuation of the War in Iraq    40 %
I am very unsupportive of the continuation of the War in Iraq    21 %
Question #2
How would you measure your current support for President George W. Bush and other Republican elected officials at this moment in time?
Very High    07 %
High    24 %
Medium    22 %
Low    19 %
Very Low    28 %
Question #3
U.S. Senator Hillary Clinton wants to reduce fossil fuel use in the U.S. by 50% by the Year 2025, while former U.S. Vice-President Al Gore believes the solution to global warming must be in place by Year 2016. Who of the following is most correct?
Senator Hillary Clinton    27 %
Former U.S. Vice-President Al Gore    52 %
Neither “a” or “b”, current U.S. President George W. Bush has the best approach to the environment    21 %
Question #4
With the death of al-Zarqawi and an apparent agreement for a new government by various political factions in Iraq, but continued bombing and deaths in that country on a daily basis, how would you measure U.S. progress in Iraq over the past six month?
I believe the U.S. position has improved    43 %
I believe the U.S. position has worsened    27 %
I believe the U.S. position has stayed the same    30 %
Question #5
In your opinion should Canadians require a passport or other type of secure identification beyond conventional ID like a driver’s license by 2008 before they can visit the United States?
Yes    35 %
No    65 %
Question #6
Currently, how would you determine U.S. President George W. Bush’s job performance to date?
Mr. Bush is doing an excellent job as President    12 %
Mr. Bush is doing a good job as President    26 %
Mr. Bush is doing an average job as President    18 %
Mr. Bush is doing a poor job as President    23 %
Mr. Bush is doing a very poor job as President    21 %
Commentary
Facts and Inferences: (39%) of voters in the State of Washington are “very supportive” or “supportive” of the “continuation of the War in Iraq.” (31%) or respondents indicate their support for President George W. Bush AND “other elected Republican officials” is “very high” or “high”, while (47%) indicate their support is “low” or “very low”.
43%) of respondents are of the opinion that U.S. progress in Iraq has improved over the past six months, while (27%) say that it has worsened. (38%) of respondents believe that President Bush is doing an “excellent” or “good” job as President while (44%) are of the opinion that the President’s job performance is “poor” or “very poor”.
A stunning (52%) of respondents in this poll are of the strong opinion that former U.S. Presidential candidate Al Gore has the “solution” to global warming.
Commentary- Out of the polling ‘gate’ questions one and two are not very positive for the Bush administration insofar as respondents in the State of Washington are concerned. This assertion is underscored by the majority of respondents supporting Al Gore’s position on global warming over U.S. Senator Hillary Rodham Clinton and President George W. Bush’s respective positions on the environment as characterized in the polling questions.
Question #4 seems to put a little more gusto in the Bush administrations position as the death of terrorist and insurgent leader al-Zarqawi and a new political agreement in Iraq against persistent bombing attacks, provide a more positive perspective on the war effort and for support for President Bush’s job performance specifically.

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