The UnAustralian

Saturday, March 22, 2003
 
Not Really That Surprising...

Thanks to Brad DeLong, I've found this little tidbit:

Doug Henwood reports from the AAPOR that almost half of Americans think--probably because they have been reading too many William Safire columns, or listening to people who have read too many William Safire columns--that Saddam Hussein was involved in 9/11. Of those who think that Saddam Hussein was involved, 80% approve of the invasion of Iraq. Of those who think that Saddam Hussein was not involved, only 50% approve of the invasion of Iraq.

Conclusion: Support for the war drops when you actually have a clue.
Conclusion2: Could this explain Kid Rock?
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