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Benjamin Hall reports from Northern Syria.
As President of Trumpf, the number of U.S. troops reduced in Syria, and claims that the defeat of ISIS, the majority of voters are uncertain about the stability of the situation there.
A new Fox News poll finds widespread agreement among the voters, the ISIS was being defeated in Syria (73 percent). Almost the same number of the U.S. armed forces want to stay there (69 percent).
In addition, twice as many voters think the decision to withdraw U.S. forces weakens (40 percent), rather strengthens (19 percent), the United States.
That is, as the President of the lands under water to 19 points on his handling of the Syria: 36% approve and 55 percent disapprove you.
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Trump said, 6. In October, the US forces were from the Northern Syria. He said recently, an ” unknown “small” number to “secure the oil.”
The reduction of the US presence in Syria is a cause for concern among voters: 66 percent are worried that it might lead to a Renaissance of ISIS in the region, and 61 percent worried, she is in the United States to abandon the Kurdish allies of the Turkish aggression.
On the other hand, 52 per cent are worried, keep the American military in Syria would leave them in harm’s way, without the need to make the United States safer.
Fifty-five percent think that the U.S. national security interests are at stake in Syria, 25 percent agreed, and 20 percent are unsure.
In the meantime, the voters are twice as likely to be that the situation has deteriorated with Syria (50 percent) in your opinion, Trump’s presidency rather than improved it (25 percent).
Seventy-three percent of Republicans approve of the job Trump makes on Syria, which is significantly lower than his ratings on the economy (89 percent) and immigration (83 percent).
Sixty-six percent of Republicans think the U.S. should keep troops in Syria and 56 percent say that ISIS is defeated — down from 67 percent in January.
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Among Democrats, 73 percent want the U.S. to stay in Syria, 85 percent think, remains ISIS, and 87 percent of the lean is a trump card in Syria.
Interviews for the survey were carried out from Sunday to Wednesday (October 27-30).
Trump announced October 27 that the U.S. had killed led forces of ISIS leader Abu Bakr Baghdadi, in Northern Syria. That successful mission not to approve the President’s job-approval for a bump of 42 percent, and 57 percent disapprove. At the beginning of October, there was 43-55 per cent.
In the year 2011, the approval of the former President Barack Obama’s job performance went from 47 percent in April to 55 percent in may, after the raid, killed the much better known, Osama bin Laden, and back to 48 percent in June.
October 27-30, 2019, under the joint leadership of the Beacon research (D) and Shaw & Company (R), of this Fox News poll is based on interviews with 1,040 randomly selected voters nationwide, spoke with a live Interviewer on both landlines and mobile phones. The survey has a margin of sampling error of plus or minus 3 percentage points for all registered voters.