Iraq Survey from The D

>Date: 18 Feb 2003 12:15:15 EST

>From: The Dartmouth

>Subject: Iraq Survey

>To: (Recipient list suppressed)

Please take a moment to respond to the following questions; your participation helps ensure the accuracy of our results. Thanks for your time!

1. Do you pay attention to news updates about the conflict with Iraq?

a. Always

b. Often

c. Sometimes

d. Rarely

e. Never

2. Under the present circumstances, should the United States go to war with Iraq?

a. Yes

b. No

c. Not yet

d. Undecided

3. Which factor is the most convincing reason in favor of military action?

a. Saddam Hussein’s record of human rights violations in Iraq.

b. The Iraqi government’s failure to comply with U.N. resolutions.

c. The security threat created by Iraq’s alleged weapons stockpiles.

d. Iraq’s possible links to Al Qaeda.

e. None of the above.

4. Which factor is the most convincing reason against military action?

a. Lack of authorization from the United Nations, insufficient international support.

b. Lack of evidence linking the Iraqi government to Al Qaeda.

c. Threat of retaliatory terror attacks against the United States.

d. Potential danger to Americans serving in the armed forces.

e. None of the above.