More ABCNews to the Contrary

This is not something the Dems wanted to hear…or have broadcast.

Surprising levels of optimism prevail in Iraq with living conditions improved, security more a national worry than a local one, and expectations for the future high. But views of the country’s situation overall are far less positive, and there are vast differences in views among Iraqi groups — a study in contrasts between increasingly disaffected Sunni areas and vastly more positive Shiite and Kurdish provinces.
An ABC News poll in Iraq, conducted with Time magazine and other media partners, includes some remarkable results: Despite the daily violence there, most living conditions are rated positively, seven in 10 Iraqis say their own lives are going well, and nearly two-thirds expect things to improve in the year ahead.

If the administration has any brains at all, they’ll be handing these two surveys out with their talking points at every whistle stop and hammering them home on every Sunday morning talk show. But it worries me, as they haven’t been real adept at the PR stuff so far…

2 Responses to “More ABCNews to the Contrary”

  1. Yes the Bush administration should hammer it home.
    What surprises me is that the poll was done by the MSM.

  2. Coulda knocked me over with a feather, GALA! And there’ve been TWO of them from ABC News now.

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