Yet another new poll shows that America wants to win in Iraq, disproving the Democratic party view in Congress and on the campaign trail that America wants to leave Iraq quickly.
By 53% to 43%, respondents say it's still possible to establish a stable democracy in Iraq and reduce the threat of terrorism at home.
By 57% to 41%, voters want to finish the job in Iraq.
By 53% to 46%, voters think the Dems are going too far, too fast in pressing the President for troop withdrawal.
The poll was conducted by Alexandria, Virginia-based Public Opinion Strategies, a group that scored the best win-loss record in 2004 and was named pollster of the year in 2002.
The POS poll supports the IBD poll we blogged earlier today.
Both surveys suggest that the Democratic presidential candidates, catering to the party's left-wing base, are making a huge mistake by misreading the US electorate and the results of last November.
Essentially,the Dems are re-McGovernizing themselves over the war and national security.