Many politicians on both sides of the aisle have objected to President Barack Obama’s decision to launch military attacks against Libya. And a new poll from The Hill
shows that most of the public feels the same way.
Only 25 percent of survey respondents believe the military operation is worth the $550 million spent to conduct it in the first few days, while 51 percent believe it’s not, and 24 percent are undecided.
Even less voters support the idea of arming rebels, an issue now being debated in the Obama administration -- 19 percent, compared to 52 percent who oppose the idea and 29 percent who are undecided.
A greater proportion of conservatives oppose both ideas than liberals or centrists.
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