A newly released Gallup poll shows that 60 percent of Americans now support a timetable for withdrawal from the war in Iraq. As the fifth anniversary of the start of the conflict approaches, and with the presidential candidates featuring their Iraq policy as a mainstay of their campaign messages, it's a controversial notion.
Other telling findings from the poll of just over 2,000 adults include the very evenly split answer to this question:
Is the United States more or less likely to be attacked by terrorists if the United States keeps its troops in Iraq or withdraws its troops from Iraq?
More likely if keeps: 40 percent
More likely if withdraws: 38 percent
Check out the full results of the poll, and take this opportunity to weigh in for yourself.