According to new AP/Ipsos poll: The latest AP-Ipsos poll, taken as a bipartisan commission was releasing its recommendations for a new course in Iraq
December 7, 2006

According to new AP/Ipsos poll:

The latest AP-Ipsos poll, taken as a bipartisan commission was releasing its recommendations for a new course in Iraq, found that just 27 percent of Americans approved of Bush's handling of Iraq, down from his previous low of 31 percent in November.---Seventy-one percent said they would favor a two-year timeline from now until sometime in 2008, but when people are asked instead about a six-month timeline for withdrawal that number drops to 60 percent.

(h/t James)

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