Jan 19, 2016

Ouch! ABC Poll: Almost 7-In-10 Americans Think Obama Will NOT Destroy ISIS… | RedFlag News

Via ABC News: A new poll says President Obama has solid public support for his counter-terrorism plan against the Islamic State, but faces doubts as to whether it will destroy the militant group. The NBC News/Wall Street Journal/Annenberg survey reports that 62% of voters support the decision to take action against the Islamic State, which controls large swaths...

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