“Just 12% Of Likely U.S. Voters Believe The United States Should Get More Directly Involved In The Syrian Crisis …Sixty-Six Percent (66%) Think The United States Should Leave The Syrian Situation Alone”

Americans Don’t Want Syria War

While the U.S. is doing its best to try to whip up support for a war against Syria (a war planned at least 10 years ago), a new Rasmussen poll finds:

Just 12% of Likely U.S. Voters believe the United States should get more directly involved in the Syrian crisis, according to a new Rasmussen Reports national telephone survey. Sixty-six percent (66%) think the United States should leave the Syrian situation alone.

Americans Don’t Want Any U.S. Intervention In Arab Countries

In fact, Rasmussen has noted again and again that Americans are opposed to U.S. intervention in Arab countries.

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