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Saturday, January 22, 2005

Poll: Iraqi Vote Turnout to Top U.S.'s

From Newsmax This is interesting. I thought that everone over in Iraq didn't want us there and were not going to vote because of the violence. Oh I was just reading and watching the MSM. they do not know what the hell is going on in Iraq and only report on the bad stuff going on over there. Maybe if they would get away from the liberal bias that might see this, but I won't hold my breathe.
Saturday, Jan. 22, 2005 10:51 a.m. EST

Poll: Iraqi Vote Turnout to Top U.S.'s

While the U.S. press continues to predict that Iraq's first election in decades will be illegitimate because violence will keep many Iraqis away from the polls, the voters themselves are telling a different story. A whopping 80 percent of eligible Iraqis now say they intend to vote, amidst threats of bombings, kidnappings, beheadings - and reports that election workers are afraid to show up to carry out their official duties. The remarkably high turnout - if it comes to pass - would mean that a third more Iraqis will vote in their election than voted in the U.S. last November, where turnout was 60 percent.

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