64% of US voters think the Pentagon is losing the war against Da’esh

They really have no clue that da’esh are the US shock troops in Africa, the Middle East and beyond?

| 4 June 2015

A national poll of 1,711 people, carried out by the University of Quinnipiac between the 19th and the 26th May 2015, reveals that

- 64% of US voters think that their country is losing the fight against Daesh,
- 17% disagree
- 19% have no opinion.

The margin of error is +/- 2,4%

Républicans Democrats Independents Men Women Total
USA are winning 17 12 28 13 20 15
USA are losing 64 74 50 69 63 64
No opinion 19 14 23 17 16 21

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