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Title: Figure 1 Percentage choosing a foreign policy issue as the most important problem, 19351957


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Figure 1 Percentage choosing a foreign policy
issue as the most important problem, 1935-1957
Czech coup
-Korean War-
World War II
2
Figure 1 (continued) Percentage choosing a
foreign policy issue as the most important
problem, 1957-1979
Cuban missile crisis
Berlin
U-2
Test Ban Treaty
3
Figure 1 (continued) Percentage choosing a
foreign policy issue as the most important
problem, 1979-2003
Iraq War
9/11
Iran, Afghanistan
Gulf crisis and war
Nuclear fears
4
Figure 2 Foreign policy goals saying very
important
5
Figure 3 Critical threats to the United States
6
Figure 4 International Terrorism and Lightning
7
Figure 5 Isolationism questions
Gulf War
9/11
Do you think it will be best for the future of
this country if we take an active part in world
affairs, or if we stayed out of world affairs? We
shouldn't think so much in international terms
but concentrate more on our own national problems
and building up our strength and prosperity here
at home. Since the United States is the most
powerful nation in the world, we should go our
own way in international matters, not worrying
too much about whether other countries agree with
us or not. The United States should mind its own
business internationally and let other countries
get along as best they can on their own.
8
Would you say the U.S. should send more troops to
Lebanon leave the number of troops about the same
or remove the troops that are there now?
Figure 6
Reagan removes troops
Marine barracks bombed
9
Figure 7 Bush I Approval Ratings, 1989-1993
Gulf War ends
10
Figure 8 Bush II Approval Ratings,
2001-2005 Washington Post
Iraq War
9/11
11
Figure 9 Results for some elements of the most
important problem question
12
Figure 10 Comparison of Gulf War and Iraq War
All in all, considering the costs to the United
States versus the benefits to the United States,
do you think the war was worth fighting, or not?
Months since the end of the war
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