Sunday, March 20, 2011
With a UN Security Council-backed no-fly zone over Libya as a pretext for an all-out American military attack on Tripoli, polls show Americans overwhelmingly opposed to President Obama’s military intervention in Libya.
Here’s a quick look at recent polls:
• A CNN/Opinion Research poll finds 74% believe the United States should “leave it to others” to resolve the situation in Libya.
• A Pew Research survey finds 65% think the United States doesn’t have the responsibility to do something about the fighting in Libya.
• A Fox News poll finds 65% oppose the U.S. military getting involved.