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June 24, 2004

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - For the first time since the start of the war in Iraq, a majority of Americans now say the U.S.-led invasion was a mistake, according to a USA Today/CNN/Gallup Poll released on Thursday.
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Former White House counterterrorism czar Richard C Clarke Calls Iraq War 'Enormous Mistake'

Sat Jun 26, 9:02 PM ET

ORLANDO, Fla. - The invasion of Iraq was an "enormous mistake" that is costing untold lives, strengthening al-Qaida and breeding a new generation of terrorists,
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What Howard Dean said Dean: Most Americans Now Oppose Iraq War

Sun Jun 27, 3:23 PM ET

"After being castigated by both Democrats and Republicans for a while, now the majority of Americans agree with me this was a mistake," the one-time Democratic front-runner said on CNN's "Late Edition."
a sign of failure Poll: Americans Wary of Iraq Turnover

Jun 28, 6:08 PM ET

By a 2-1 margin, Americans say the turnover of political control to Iraqis now is not a sign of success, but a sign of failure because the nation's stability remains in question,
according to a CNN-USA Today-Gallup poll.
The survey by NBC television and The Wall Street J * June 30 2004 *

Bush's crebility on Iraq slipping

2 hours, 22 minutes ago

"Majority" - 47 percent of registered voters now believe Bush deliberately misled the people to make his case for war in Iraq (44 percent think he gave the country the most accurate information he had.)

36 percent of respondents believed the nation was headed in the right direction Compared with

48 percent (i.e. Majority) of the respondent say the country is on the wrong track.
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